The green revolution has also reached the basic unit of transport in India.

The largest automobile company in India is Mahindra, which produces, in addition to military and off-road vehicles, motorcycles, tractors, and rickshaws, as you can see.

The concern has just presented an electric van called the e-Alfa Super, which is equipped with a 2.2-horsepower engine and can travel 95 kilometers on a single charge.

Visually, the new Mahindra e-Alfa Super is not much different from its petrol counterparts, with three wheels and a fabric hood. The bodywork is made of steel and plastic and is designed to withstand harsh local conditions. Mahindra e-Alfa Super tuktuk can carry four passengers.

The electric motor on the rear axle produces 2.2 hp (1.64 kW) and 22 Nm. The 140 Ah lead-acid battery provides a range of over 95 km. The base models are priced around 700,000 HUF.

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