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Mahindra Plans Hybrid Car Line Founded on Its Growing EV Experience

Reva Electric Car company and participation in Formula E racing will serve as the foundation for the launch of its own hybrid car line.

Published: 01-Nov-2014

Anand Mahindra has revealed that in the future, Mahindra and Mahindra plans to launch new hybrid cars in India and other countries. Helping them achieve this, will be their experience with Reva Electric Car company, (which is now owned by Mahindra) and competing in Formula E – the first and only electric car racing championship in the world.

Hybrid vehicles come with added advantage, and is the future of automotive industry. Almost every car company today is researching on implementing hybrid technology in their cars. Some of them have successfully achieved this and have already started offering the same in their cars. As far as an Indian car maker is concerned, there is none who has launched a hybrid car. But, Mahindra leads the race when it comes to development of hybrid car technology.

They already have Reva Electric Car company, and now they are competing in the first and only electric car racing championship in the world – Formula E. Such active participation reveals the fact as to how committed is the Indian car maker in giving the auto industry a future which will emit lesser pollutants into the air.

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