Mahindra say they successfully completed a pilot project using electric vehicles on safaris in India’s Taboda Andhari National Park. The manufacturer is now ready to supply Mahindra Supro Eco-Rangers to other parks and tiger preserves as well.
The manufacturer points to the fact that not only do the vehicles not produce emissions, putting less of a strain on the jungle habitats they ferry tourists around, but also that the EVs run quietly, which will hopefully prove less of a burden on local wildlife.
Now the wild can breathe free. India's first e-vehicle as Jungle safari van on e-Supro. Launched in Tadoba Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra. Congrats to creative Mahindra VAP team… pic.twitter.com/usZDAzgAbL
— Mahesh Babu (@Maheshsbabu) March 24, 2018
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