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Electric quadricycle is coming to compete with Ola and Uber, features are strong

Mahindra has introduced many electric concept cars at the ongoing Auto Expo 2020 in India, but the new electric vehicle introduced by Mahindra is going to compete with Ola and Uber. Mahindra introduced its new electric vehicle Mahindra Atom Hai is one of the few vehicles that will be launched in India a few months later. It has many special features that make the Mahindra Atom special and which is no less than a bell for OLA and UBER. Can. At the same time, its floor is quite flat, which will give you a better riding experience during the journey.

It is worth noting that Mahindra Atom is designed for commercial use. This car can be a great option for those places where you take a ride after getting off the metro. It takes care from temperature to convenience. Apart from this, due to being an electric vehicle, special care has also been taken for charging, so Mahindra Atom will give a range of 100 to 150 km on a full single charge. That is, once you charge full, you can run it for 150 kilometers non-stop. The passenger sitting in the Mahindra Atom will get a tab. With this help, the passenger sitting behind will be able to get information from train to flight in real time. To make the journey more easy and comfortable, there will also be a tab in front of the driver so that he can accept or reject any travel request. The Mahindra Atom can seat four people simultaneously. Its rear seat can seat 3 people. At the same time, there is only a driver’s seat in front. The company will use Mahindra Atom for commercial use. In such a situation, Mahindra Atom is going to give a tough competition to OLA and UBER services in the coming time.

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