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PHOTO CAPTION: Mahindra Reva NXR to launch in late 2012.

Mahindra Plans NXR Replacement for Dated Reva Electric Car

The all-new Mahindra Reva NXR is slated to be launched towards the end of 2012 and will come with option of either lead-acid or lithium batteries.

Published: 18-Aug-2012

Reva Electric Car, India’s leading E-car manufacturer, brought an all-new concept in the country and is now gearing up to launch the NXR model of existing Reva. Electric vehicles target those individuals who are conscious about their surroundings and want to commute through an eco-friendly mode of transportation. Reva has managed to change the way people travel and the perspective of the buyers regarding electric cars.

Reva, a completely owned subsidiary of Mahindra Group, exhibited the Reva NXR concept model at the 2012 Auto Expo held in New Delhi. The all-new Mahindra Reva NXR, which is slated to be launched towards the end of 2012, happens to be a 2-door electric hatchback, which will run on a lithium-ion or lead-acid battery pack. If the car maker installs the former source on the new car, the NXR variant will be able to clock 104 kmph and will cover a distance of 160 km on a full battery charge.

Anticipated to be offered in two variants, the Reva NXR will compete with the upcoming Nissan Leaf in India. However, Reva NXR happens to be the next electric car of the Indian auto industry, which will offer a unique driving experience comprising an air conditioned, climate controlled cabin without harming the environment at all.

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