Mahindra launches all-electric Supro cargo and passenger van at Rs 8.45 lakh

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 06 Oct 2016

While the eSupro cargo van is priced at Rs 8.45 lakh, the passenger ferrying cariant costs Rs 8.75 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi after factoring state subsidy and FAME India incentives).

Mahindra & Mahindra today launched the eSupro, the all-electric version of its Supro cargo and passenger van. 

The eSupro becomes the third electric vehicle (EV) in Mahindra Electric’s range after the e20 and the eVerito sedan. It is targeted at the B2B segment in the country to facilitate intra-city transportation and is now available at all M&M dealerships.

The 72V lithium ion battery-powered eSupro develops 25kW and 90 Nm of torque. The zero emission eSupro is priced at Rs 8.45 lakh for the cargo variant and Rs 8.75 lakh for the passenger variant (ex-showroom Delhi after factoring state subsidy and FAME India incentives).


112km range and 60kph top speed

Charging the eSupro is a simple affair, says Mahindra Electric. Plug it into a 15amp plug point and a 0-100% charge is takes eight hours and 45 minutes. The eSupro also benefits from regenerative braking which charges the eSupro’s battery every time the brakes are applied, helping the van recover the energy it dispenses.

On a full charge, the Mahindra eSupro can travel for up to 112 kilometres (based on vehicle loading) and has a top speed of 60kph. It is powered by the latest electric drivetrain technology from Mahindra Electric, a high-torque electric motor and a direct drive transmission.

The eSupro’s instrument cluster provides vital information such as the battery charge status, distance to empty, speed, gear engaged, total running and efficiency. There’s also ‘Revive R’ emergency feature that offers 7km of extra range if the eSupro is fully out of charge. 


L-R: Arvind Mathew, CEO, Mahindra Electric, and Pravin Shah, president and chief (Automotive), Mahindra & Mahindra, at the launch in New Delhi.

Speaking at the eSupro launch in New Delhi today, Pravin Shah, president and chief (Automotive), M&M, said: “The launch of the eSupro will usher in a whole new concept in emission-free cargo transportation and people movement. It will provide a much-needed fillip to companies in the B2B and e-commerce segments.”

Arvind Mathew, CEO, Mahindra Electric, said: “Due to its host of commercial applications and its suitability for last-mile connectivity, the eSupro platform is ideally suited for deployment in e-commerce, courier services and transportation companies for intra-city use. Going forward, zero emission vehicles will drive the future of mobility, reduce emissions and build an eco-system for electric mobility in India.”

Also read: Mahindra Electric to roll out eSupro first in Delhi, then Karnataka and Maharashtra