The model is called Mahidra e-Verito and is built by the Indian company based on the Logan 1, whose license it holds since its partnership with Renault on the Indian market. The choice was made based on the low price of the Romanian model, which allowed the development of the vehicle at a price well below that the one of the competition: only 13,000 euros.
Obviously, being the first generation, but also India, where the safety rules are poor, e-Verito has very little equipment in the basic equipment, missing its airbags, ABS, ESP, radio, central locking.
However, some of this equipment can be ordered on top versions.
Instead, the car is electric and brings a number of savings to its owner. The powertrain consists of a 72-volt engine with a power output of 30.5 kW, a maximum torque of 91 Nm, powered by a 17kWh battery, which can be charged from a standard 2 kW power socket in 8 hours and 45 minutes, or from a 10 kW outlet in one hour and 45 minutes.
The range that the battery provides on this car, which weighs 1.7 tons, is about 110 km under ideal conditions, while the maximum speed can reach 86 km/h.
The Logan from Mahindra also received a hatchback version, redesigned in its own style.