Mahindra has just announced its plans to launch the Mahindra Reva Electric Cars in Europe next year. The cars will be exported to Europe through completely built units (CBU). There’s no word from the company about the price and volume.
Mahindra Reva Electric Cars to Land in Europe Officially in 2016
Mr. Jagan Kurian, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Mahindra Reva Electric cars said, “Europe is a very interesting space for us to do business. We are looking at launching our products sometime in the year 2016 in the European market.”
“We see a product space there, we are looking at the ecosystem which is evolving and we feel Europe be the better place to be in 2016,” Jagan added.
Mahindra Reva, part of the 16.9 billion Mahindra group, exemplifies the Mahindra Group’s vision of the Future of Mobility. The Future of Mobility envisions an automotive ecosystem that brings Clean, Convenient, Connected, Clever and Cost-effective the 5 C’s) mobility solutions to customers across the world. Today, Mahindra Reva Electric cars have one of the world’s largest deployed fleets of electric cars – customers in 24 countries have driven their Reva and Mahindra e2o fuel-free for more than 200 million kilometers. The company manufactures cars, licenses out its electric vehicle technologies, electrifies existing platforms, and helps to deliver integrated zero-emissions mobility solutions.