• Mahindra e2o Plus

    The market for electric cars continues to grow, but vehicles powered by fossil fuels remain dominant across the globe. Many analysts believe electric cars will reach price parity with vehicles powered by internal-combustion engines sometime within the next decade. Indian maker Mahindra, however, says its own small, limited-range electric cars are already on the brink of profitability today—and it plans to fully embrace battery-electric cars moving forward. DON'T MISS: India actually beat China to all-electric new-car pledge, targets 2030 As the business case for electric cars becomes...

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    India's new four-door Mahindra Reva e2o electric car to be exported

    Mahindra is launching a four-door version of its Reva e2o electric car.

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    Indian Government Adds Electric-Car Purchase Incentives To Boost Sales

    India plans to offer incentives for a wide range of electric vehicles.

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    Mahindra Reva e2o: Living With India's Most Modern Electric Car

    In just three years or so, the number of plug-in cars on U.S. roads has gone from just a few thousand to over 160,000 units, with over a dozen different models available to consumers. In India though, electric car sales are much smaller--despite a population of over 1.2 billion. And just one single...

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    Mahindra E2O Electric Minicar Launches In India, Nee Reva NXR

    The car you see in the images above has actually been in the making for several years, and for drivers in India it's one of the more significant vehicles released this year. It's called the Mahindra e2o, and you may recognise its previous name, the Reva NXR. The Reva name is already big in electric...

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    Reva NXR Indian Electric Car Closer To Launch: Spy Shots

    Most of the attention paid to plug-in electric cars goes to Nissan, Chevy, and Tesla. But in other countries, the hope of running small cars on grid power--no matter how unreliable that grid may be--lives as well. In India, the large truck maker Mahindra & Mahindra is preparing to launch the...

  • G-Wiz charging in the U.K.

    We brought you news last year of a horrific accident, in which a woman was killed when her G-Wiz neighborhood electric vehicle, a model not sold in the United States, was struck by another vehicle. An inquest into the accident has now ended and the verdict has been given as accidental death. Last November the G-Wiz of scientist Judit Nadal was struck by a Skoda Octavia as she pulled out onto a main road. Mrs Nadal was thrown clear of the car as it split in two and died instantly. Mrs Nadal's husband revealed at the inquest that his wife had been on the phone to him seconds before the impact...

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    Fatal G-Wiz Crash: Confirmed - Another Car Was Involved

    Just over a week ago we discussed the aspect of electric car safety, specifically that of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles or NEVs, after 47-year old mother Judit Nadal was tragically killed in her Reva G-Wiz in an accident in London, U.K. Our earlier story was based on initial reports that Mrs Nadal...

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    What Consumers Should Know About Electric Car Crash Tests

    Yesterday, we heard the tragic story that a U.K. owner of a Reva G-Wiz, the tiny neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV) sold in Europe as a quadricycle, was killed when her all-electric runabout hit a garden wall. The 47-year-old woman was thrown clear of the diminutive G-Wiz as it split in two just...

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    GM China Confirms Development of All-Electric Sail Concept

    General Motors has been through the wringer over the last 18 months, nowhere more so than in North America, where it declared bankruptcy and was quickly restructured with $60 billion of Federal funds. But its overseas operations haven't had an easy time of it either, including its on-again...

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