The price of e20 starts at Rs. 5.96 lakh.
Experts have compared it in size to a Maruti Suzuki Zen Estilo.It is a B segment car.
In fact,like any other electric car in the world today,e20 is run on a battery pack that requires charging from an external power source.
This means instead of going to the petrol pump for feul,the owner has to plug in its charging cable to an electric wall socket and a full charge can take you up to 100 km –though this can vary depending on the subjects such as driving style,traffic conditions and the use of onboard electronics like the air conditioning.
The company claims that a full charge from empty required about five hours, though a one-hour quick charge will give you about 25 per cent battery power, which will ideally carry you about as many kilometres away.
The car’s top speed is in the 80 kmph range.
Other features include:acceleration is steady;it has an automatic gearbox, with a Boost feature that provides extra power when needed for quick overtaking, for instance. ‘It also has a reverse camera and a touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth and USB connectivity’,says a report.