Mahindra e20 two-door version was phased out days after the e20Plus was launched, however Mahindra continues to export the two-door hatchback to the overseas market. The four door version christened ‘e20Plus’, packs a bunch of in-cabin tech, the most significant features inside are the GPS enabled navigation system, touch-screen monitor, on-board computer that warns about car’s driving range. The revive feature gives an additional ange of 7 to 10 kms in case the battery power slips below 10%. The feature can either be activated via e20Plus app on your smart phone or by touch of a button. The mobile app also hosts other features like switching on/off the car's air conditioning and even locking/unlocking the car. Available at a price point of Rs 5.46 lakh to Rs 8.46 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), e20Plus comes in three variants. The electric hatchback takes 9 hours for one full charge, similar to the now defunct e20 two-door version. Mahindra launched a slew of electric models in India in 2016 including the e-Verito, e-Supro and the 4-door e2oPlus hatchback. Boasting large dimensions, the e20Plus measures 3590 mm long and the wheelbase is up by 300 mm at 2258mm, providing comfortable room inside. The hatchback uses the same electric motor from the defunct e20 model that offers 110kms of range, save for the range-topping P8 variant that makes 40bhp of power and 91Nm of torque. It also comes with a 210ah-lithium-ion battery that adds a few kms to the range, adding up to 140km while restricting the top-speed to 85km/h. An automatic transmission is equipped in the hatchback for directing power and it gets a choice between boost and sport mode.