The Mahindra e2o, the successor to the G-Wiz, is coming to the UK in April this year, priced from £13,000.
The electric city car will be an upgraded version of the e2o model that is already on sale in India, featuring more safety equipment and a higher quality interior, but it's thought to have a similar claimed electric range of 75 miles.
Full specification is yet to be confirmed, but the manufacturer told Autocar the two-door, four-seat vehicle will wear the Mahindra badge and be priced from £13,000 to £16,000, depending on the trim level. That price range makes it more expensive than the Renault Twizy, which starts at £6895, but cheaper than cars like the Renault Zoe and Nissan Leaf, which cost around £18,445 and £25,790 respectively.
It was previously thought that the e20 would cost less than £10,000, but the battery will not be sold on a separate lease deal so the price has increased. A three-year warranty for the battery comes as standard, with two extra years available as an option.