Mahindra Electric Crosses 50 Million Kilometres On Indian Roads

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Mahindra Electric, a pioneer in the development and manufacturing of electric vehicles in the country, has announced the completion of 50 million electric kilometres on Indian roads.

The Mahindra e2o and e2oPlus have contributed to a saving of 25,00,000 kgs of carbon dioxide emission into the environment which is the equivalent of planting 2,50,000 new trees.

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Mahindra Electric Crosses 50 Million Kilometres On Indian Roads

India's leading electric car, the e2oPlus is equipped with smart technology and telematics integrated into the car. These features will allow the vehicle to remain connected to Mahindra Electric.

Mahindra Electric Crosses 50 Million Kilometres On Indian Roads

The Telematics will help Mahindra Electric engineers to diagnose and fix any issues in the electric vehicle remotely. It also helps to collect big data to fine tune and improve the technology.

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Mahindra Electric Crosses 50 Million Kilometres On Indian Roads

CEO of Mahindra Electric, Mahesh Babu said, "Crossing the 50 million electric kilometers milestone comes at a time when the Government has significantly increased its thrust on electric vehicles and accelerated the process of large scale adoption of electric vehicles through its Electric Mobility Mission 2030."

Mahindra Electric Crosses 50 Million Kilometres On Indian Roads

He added, "We would like to thank our customers, the EV pioneers of India, for their support that has enabled us to reach the country's first EV milestone and helped us to set out on the next phase of this exciting journey."

Mahindra Electric Crosses 50 Million Kilometres On Indian Roads

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Mahindra Electric is the only automaker in India to offer electric vehicles. Now, the company has achieved a milestone of 50 million electric kilometres on Indian roads. This feat from Mahindra Electric comes at a time when Government of India is boosting the use of EVs for Electric Mobility Mission 2030.

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