Mahindra recently unveiled the GenZe 2.0 electric scooter in the United States. The same scooter was brought to the Auto Expo as well. While there are no plans for the GenZe 2.0 in India yet, the electric scooter was displayed as a showcase of Mahindra’s growing ability to build radical new mobility options.
Mahindra, for the record, also has a racing effort going on in Moto3 as well as the Formula E championships. The GenZe runs on lithium ion batteries and promises a range of 40 kilometers per charge. Top speed is limited to 25 Kph, and the scooter can be equipped with an on board charger.
Even more interesting were the Mojo concepts that Mahindra Two Wheelers showcased. While one concept of the Mojo took a scrambler route, the other was an ADV model, on the lines of the recently unveiled Royal Enfield Himalayan. These bikes are likely to be one off customs built for the Expo. We’d like them to go into production though.