The Indian based automaker Mahindra has officially presented to the public the electric version of the Verito, also known in Europe as either Dacia or Renault Logan.
The Green Renault / Dacia Logan is finally here and even if the model doesn’t wear either the Dacia or Renault badge, it’s based on the low-cost European vehicle. Mahindra has officially presented to the public the electric version of the Verito model, at the 2012 New Delhi Auto Expo, which is actually the twin brother of the European Logan, and even if we don’t actually have any details on it, the model has all the chances of hitting the production line locally, and eventually being launched in Europe too.
Mahindra has bought the Logan manufacturing license from Renault not too long ago, and the French based automaker is now just an engine supplier to the model. The Mahindra Verito is looking just like the first Renault / Dacia Logan before the model got a facelift in 2008, but there are several design differences, such as the radiator grille, the fog lamps and several body panels. The electric Logan / Verito presented at the 2012 Delhi Auto Expo isn’t a first and back in 2010, an American company, based in Iowa, was selling both the sedan and the break versions with electric powertrains, but the model wasn’t a success.