The RM1S has a rounded retro style with modern touches like LED lighting and digital display. Available in striking red or white.
Mahindra estimates a range around 100 miles from the 8.4 kWh lithium-ion battery. Enough for most daily commuting.
Exact power figures are unconfirmed but expected to be around 10 hp. Enough acceleration for urban riding.
The RM1S will charge on standard Level 1 and faster Level 2 EV stations. Full charge time unannounced.
Mahindra is targeting an affordable sub-$10,000 price point. Significantly undercutting competitors.
Mahindra aims to launch the production RM1S in early 2023. US availability may follow later in the year.
Modern features include keyless start, LED headlight and taillights, digital display, and smartphone connectivity.