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FOREWORD
Congratulations ! You have made a wise decision by choosing to own our automatic electric vehicle!
Welcome to growing family of Mahindra Reva which is a whole new concept in ‘Future of Mobility’, a step forward
towards a pollution free environment that our future generations will thank us for. And with it, will provide you
years of hassle free ownership.
Please read this Owner’s Manual carefully before operating your vehicle. It has been structured to provide you
with all information you need on operation and maintenance of your vehicle while you enjoy the driving pleasure.
Please keep it safe in vehicle so that it will be of helpful for required assistance and reference.
Vehicle is provided with a separate warranty manual, Quick reference guide with all necessary details. Please read
through carefully on maintenance, Warranty terms and conditions to understand warranty coverage and
responsibilities for ensuring warranty protection for your vehicle. Your vehicle Maintenance schedule is also
provided in warranty manual. Following the schedule will help to keep your driving hassle free and also preserve
your investment.
Everyone here at Mahindra Reva are dedicated to ensure your driving satisfaction. Please email us to
CUSTOMERCARE@mahindrareva.com for any clarifications or concerns at anytime.
We wish you joy of commuting without polluting
IMPORTANT
Safety Symbols
Please carefully read, understand & follow safety symbols /
instructions in this manual.
Legend of the Symbols
You will see various safety symbols in this manual & are used
in below following ways.
Obey all safety messages with words DANGER, WARNING,
CAUTION & NOTE having special meanings.
DANGER
This indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious personal injury.
WARNING
Indicates the presence of a hazard situation that could cause
death or serious personal injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
Caution without safety alert indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result
in property damage.
NOTE
NOTE indicates important information on vehicle’s
use & maintenance to which particular attention
should be paid. The symbol below indicates “NO” ,
“Do Not do this” or “Never”
All information, illustrations and specifications in this
Owner’s Manual were in effect at time of printing.
Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles Pvt Ltd. in course of
product development reserves the right to
discontinue or change specifications or design at any
time without notice, without any liability &
obligation whatsoever.
: This signifies that an item / feature is optional or may /may not be available with this variant vehicle.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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3.0
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6.0
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8.0
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11.0
12.0
13.0
14.0
15.0
Over view.............................................................................. 6
EV Overview......................................................................... 16
Charging............................................................................... 20
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Safety- Seats, Seat belts and SRS.......................................
Instrument Cluster and Controls........................................... 36
Climate control system......................................................... 48
My car info and Mobile App.................................................. 54
Pre drive checks................................................................... 64
Starting and driving............................................................... 70
Tyres..................................................................................... 78
Do’s and Don't’s.................................................................... 84
Appearance and care........................................................... 88
Emergency and user info...................................................... 98
Technical Specifications........................................................ 102
Index..................................................................................... 108
Table of Contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
Car overview ............................................................
Instrument panel & center console..........................
Instrument cluster.....................................................
Cluster display & Indicator lights ..............................
Instrument Cluster message display .........................
Hood..........................................................................
Rear hatch.................................................................
Charge cable compartment.......................................
Parking brake.............................................................
Beverage holder........................................................
Voltage lines & Main components location..............
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OVERVIEW
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1.1 CAR OVERVIEW
Over View:
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1. Head light
2. Hood
3. OVRM
4. Wind shield
5. Roof
6. Fixed glass
7. Tail light
8. Wheel
9. Door handle
10. Monogram
12. Fender
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13. Front bumper
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14. Logo
15. Rear bumper
16. Number plate
17. High mount stop lamp
18. Rear hatch glass
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1.2 INSTRUMENT PANEL AND CENTER CONSOLE
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Over view:
1. Air vents
2. Instrument cluster
3. Steering wheel
4. Start and stop button
5. ORVM’s control switch
6. Head light focus switch
7. Hood release lever
8. Accelerator pedal
9. Brake pedal
10. 12V socket
11. Power window switch
12. Hand brake lever
13. Cup holder - rear
14. Gear lever
15. USB slot / Aux 2 in
16. HVAC Controls
17. LCD screen
18. Glove box
1.3 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
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IP Cluster Over view:
1. Gear Position
2. SET Button
3. ODO / TRIP A or TRIP B
4. State of charge (SOC)
5. Message display
6. Vehicle Speed display
7. Efficiency Gauge
8. MODE button
9. DTE / TTC display
10. SOC bar
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1.4 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER INDICATOR LIGHTS
: Seat belt (driver side) indicator light
: Turn signal / Hazard indicator lights
: Charge indicator light
: Parking brake / Low brake fluid light
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: EV warning indicator light
: Door open indicator light
: Low beam indicator light
: Low auxiliary battery indicator light
: High beam indicator light
: Service light
a) Charge or Drive fault - Solid
b) Service Due - Blinking
: Park position indicator light
: Anti theft indicator lights
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: Temperature indicator light
1.5 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER MESSAGE DISPLAY
Message display
Cluster message center displays below messages to user with information and guide to
monitor and perform actions to get best performance.
In ‘Charge’
1. INSERT PLUG FULL
: Check and insert charge port handle completely.
2. CHARGING
: Car is charging.
3. CHARGE COMPLETE
: Charging process is completed.
4. CHARGE TERMINATE : Charging process is stopped by using mobile app.
5. CHARGE FAULT
: Charging process will slow / stop due to fault in charge system.
‘Idle’ / ‘Key ON’/ ‘Drive’
1. UNPLUG CAR
: Charge port handle to be removed before turning ‘START’ button ON.
2. AUTHENTICATE KEY
: Place remote key fob near ‘START’ button for authentication.
3. SHIFT GEAR TO ‘N’
: Push gear lever to ‘N’ position after successful authentication, if already not in ‘N’ position.
4. WELCOME
: Car is ready for drive.
5. RESTART
: In case of authentication failure, restart again.
6. POWER SAVE MODE
: When charge level drops below 10%, car enters ‘Limp home’ & HVAC will turn OFF.
7. ACTIVATE REVIVE
: If charge level drops to 0% SOC, activate ‘REVive’ via ‘Infotainment’ or ‘Mobile App’.
8. GO SLOW
: Slow down car if temperature light comes on in cluster with this message.
9. STOP CAR
: Stop car for a while if temperature light comes on in cluster with this message.
10. CHARGE CAR
: If charge level drops to 0% SOC & all REVives are used, plug-in car for charge.
11. SERVICE DUE
: If scheduled service is due, this message will appear for 20 sec’s at every key on after charge.
12. CHECK BRAKES
: Press brake pedal once & message will go OFF.
13. TOPUP BRAKEFLUID : If brake fluid is less than minimum level in reservoir, top-up brake fluid.
14. SAFE MODE
: In case of any fault in ‘EV drive system’, car will continue to drive with low performance.
15. DRIVE FAULT
: In case of any fault in ‘EV drive system’, car will not move from start.
16. ENGAGE HANDBRAKE : If any of door is opened during drive, this message will appear. Always engage parking brake.
17. REVIVE
: During ‘REVive’ activation process, this message will appear on cluster.
18. WARMUP BATTERY
: If battery temperature is below sub zero, this message will appear & driving range might be low.
19. CHANGE KEY BATT
: If remote key fob battery is low, this message will appear, replace key fob battery.
Overview
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1.6 HOOD
1.6 HOOD
I. OPENING THE HOOD
Step 1: Pull hood release lever located
below steering wheel.
Step 2: Locate hood-latch lever under
center of hood with your index
finger. Pull lever towards left side
untill it unlocks from latch.
Step 3: Lift hood and pull support-rod from
its mounted clip on fuse box cover
and place it in center of hood.
II. CLOSING THE HOOD
Step1: Hold support rod & lift Hood slightly
upwards, place support rod back to its
location.
Step2: Lower hood and press it gently
downwards till it locks with a click noise.
NOTE
Hood light will be on when hood is
opened and goes off once it is closed.
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HOOD RELEASE LEVER
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NOTE
Do not drop hood from height. Ensure that,
hood is fully locked before driving.
1.7 REAR HATCH / 1.8 CHARGE CABLE COMPARTMENT
I.7 REAR HATCH
To release rear hatch, press hatch release
button on HVAC control unit. When vehicle
is in locked condition, use remote key fob to
release hatch.
CLOSING REAR HATCH
Close rear hatch to 3/4 and then gently
drop the hatch down till it locks into
position with a click noise.
1.8 CHARGE CABLE COMPARTMENT
Compartment in rear is provided to store
your charging cable.
HATCH RELEASE BUTTON
Charge cable
compartment
CAUTION
Do not drop the hatch from open
position. Be careful in hatch open /
raised condition as you may get hurt.
Overview
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1.9 PARKING BRAKE / 1.10 BEVERAGE HOLDER
1.9 PARKING BRAKE
NOTE
To Engage1. Pull brake lever (1) upwards.
To Disengage1. Press & hold button (2) on lever.
2. Release handle (3) with a slight downward
push.
3. Ensure handle is fully released before
driving car.
a) In event of parking brake not
released during drive, beep sound
will be heard indicating user to
release parking brake.
b) In the event of parking brake not
engaged & door opened, beep
sound will be heard indicating user
to pull parking brake before exiting
from car.
1.10 Beverage Holder
A beverage-holder is provided for rear seat
passenger to place a cup or a bottle.
Cup Holder
CAUTION
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Do not leave children or adults
requiring special attention in car
when parked in gradients with hand
brakes on, as car does not have gear
lock system and unknowing release
of parking brake can result in rolling
of car and cause accident resulting in
injury / death.
Never drive your car with parking
brake engaged. Doing so, your drive
range will reduce.
Center console
CAUTION
Use ‘Beverage holder’ carefully as
spilled liquid if very hot can scald you
or other passenger. Spilled liquids can
also damage upholstery, carpeting
and electrical components.
1.11 VOLTAGE LINES & MAIN COMPONENTS LOCATION
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12V DC
48V DC
230V AC
Over view:
1. Charge port
2. Charge port harness
3. Fast charge port
4. Fast charge port contactor
5. Charger input - 220V AC
6. Charger
7. Charger - 48V output
8. Drive Motor controller
9. Shunt
10. Contactor
11. Battery pack
12. Air conditioner motor
13. Air conditioner controller
14. Pack sense harness
15. Data port
16. Telematic unit
17. Wake up relay contactor
18. IEMS
19. Auxiliary 12V battery
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Overview
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2.1
2.2
2.3
Electric vehicle system........................................... 17
Warning and Cautions............................................ 18
Notes...................................................................... 19
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EV OVERVIEW
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2.1 ELECTRIC VEHICLE SYSTEM
2.1 ELECTRIC VEHICLE SYSTEM
Electric vehicle operates differently compared to
an internal combustion engine vehicles as it is
powered by battery power pack. Car battery
must be charged with electricity before driving it.
As car is driven, stored energy in battery pack
gradually decreases and if discharged completely
to 0% then will not drive until battery pack is
recharged. Charging time varies depending on
state of charge in car and ambient conditions.
Normal charge time is
5 hours.
An auxiliary 12V battery in car, enables to wake
up car in case ‘Vacation Mode’ is activated in car
at idle condition.
Battery pack powers drive motor and car is
equipped with regenerative electric braking and
vacuum assisted hydraulic brakes.
WARNING
The vehicle has sealed Li-ion battery
pack. Improper disposal of battery
could lead to risk of severe burns and
electrical shock that may result in
serious injury or death and also may
cause damage to environment.
CAUTION
For preventing damage to the Li-ion
battery pack:
1. Do not expose to very high
temperatures for longer duration.
2. Do not use car battery for any other
purpose, consult your dealer or
manufacturer for help.
Always check available energy for your
required travel distance by checking ‘state of
charge’ and also ‘distance to empty’. When
ever charge level goes below 15%, the SOC
bar starts blinking giving an indication to user
to drive carefully to reach destination. If
charge level drops below 10%, car will drive in
‘POWER SAVE MODE’ reducing car
performance and automatically turns off
airconditioning.
Vehicle has ‘REVive’ feature that can be
enabled if energy level drops below 10%
‘State of Charge’.
Battery pack will get discharged when it is
parked idle for long time. Hence activate
‘Vacation Mode’ via mobile application to
optimize charge level and avoid deep
discharge.
Electric car is an eco friendly vehicle that does not
release any noxious emissions like carbon
monoxide, carbon dioxide & nitrogen oxide.
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2.2 WARNING & CAUTION
WARNING
Vehicle uses a 48 volts battery system.
Some of systems could be hot before &
after their usage. Hence pay attention
and follow warning labels located at
places in vehicle.
Never try to access, remove parts /
cables / connectors which can cause
shock or severe burns or result in serious
injury. 48 voltage cables are colour coded
in Orange & systems are not user
serviceable. For any maintenance,
contact your authorised service center.
In event of accident:
1. If vehicle is in drivable condition,
move vehicle off the road, park &
switch off drive system.
2. Check for any exposed 48 volts cables /
parts. To do so check picture
indicating voltage layout of the
system. Never touch any exposed 48
volts wiring & avoid any possible
electric shock.
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3. In case of any high impact on to
battery compartment floor area, do
stop at safe location & check floor
area for leaks or damages that can
cause fire. In case of fire in EV
(electric vehicle), leave vehicle
immediately. Only use ABC, BC or C
type of fire extinguishers
recommended for electrical fire
hazards.
If vehicle cannot be assessed for extent of
damage, do not touch vehicle and contact
nearest authorised service center or
customer care executive for support. To any
requirements of body repair due to
accidents, vehicle should be delivered to
authorised service center to evaluate
damage & take necessary precautions.
Damaged Li-ion battery modules could pose
safety risks to untrained technicians & repair
person.
CAUTION
Special Attention:
! Make sure to turn off drive system before
leaving vehicle.
For any reason to tow vehicle, do it
with recovery vehicle support. In event
of not doing so, drive motor may
generate electricity, can cause damage
to EV components and may result in
fire.
! Engage parking brake prior to getting out
of the vehicle.
! Do not allow untrained person to access
EV system and apprise immediate
responders in any events that this is an
electric vehicle.
2.3 NOTES
NOTES:
! Vehicle will not run with completely
discharged battery. At low SOC avoid
repeated acceleration resulting in more
energy consumption that can be avoided by
gradual acceleration and maintaining steady
speed.
! Driving in down gradient, when accelerator
pedal is released, regenerative brakes will
provide some energy to recharge battery pack
and simultaneously assists in deceleration of
vehicle assisting in vehicle control.
! Brake should be applied to slow down or stop
vehicle in drive.
! You may hear some sound and feel vibration in
drive that are normal.
a) Drive motor makes small sound during its
operation, also will be higher in
deceleration of vehicle.
b) Brake vacuum pump makes sound during
braking operation.
c) Contactor makes sound when vehicle is
switched on and authentication.
d) In AC cooling, motor and condenser fan
comes on during operation.
NOTES
In event of battery temperature is below
0°C or less, battery pack will not accept
charge, hence park your car at warm
climatic condition.
! In event of battery temperature is below
-5°C, car will not drive, hence park at
warm location.
! Performance of battery will decrease
with time and usage and does not
indicate any defect in battery pack.
! Battery pack has limited life and when its
charge holding capacity reaches below
specific level, it may require an
inspection from service persons and
may need battery pack replacement.
! It is recommended and mandatory that
during process of battery or vehicle /
components disposal, owner should
contact authorised dealer for guidance
and information on recycling or proper
d i s p o s a l w i t h o u t c a u s i n g a ny
environmental pollution.
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During drive as the charge level drops
below 20%, car will drive in ‘E’
(ECONOMY) mode limiting drive power.
Further if charge level drops below 10%,
car will drive in ‘L’ (LIMP HOME) mode
with POWER SAVE MODE message on
cluster. If heater or AC is ON, will get
turned off, blower continues to work.
Driving in ‘B’ mode with high
acceleration will result in more power
consumption reducing your drive range.
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
Vehicle Charging and warning.................................
Types of Charging....................................................
Normal Charging.....................................................
Charge duration......................................................
Ideal time.................................. .............................
Intelligent Charging system.....................................
Fast Charge..............................................................
Trickle Charge..........................................................
Charge precautions.................................................
Charging high voltage lines.....................................
Charging Troubleshooting.......................................
Charging point requirements..................................
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CHARGING
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3.1 VEHICLE CHARGING / WARNING
3.1 Vehicle Charging:
Car requires charging of battery power
pack once energy stored in it gets
depleted.
There are two methods of charging
battery power pack.
1. Normal charging
2. Fast charging (if equipped)
Time to charge battery pack varies based
on state of charge, ambient & battery
temperature. Hence charging time
specified is an estimate and may vary.
WARNING
In case if you use any medical electric
devices like implantable cardiac pace
maker or cardio vascular defibrillator,
do check electric medical device
supplier / manufacturer on concerns
of effects that EV charging or
discharging system on implanted
such devices prior to their operation.
! It is also advised not to stay in vehicle
or access vehicle during charging as it
may effect function of electric
medical devices and could result in
personal injury or death.
! Also make sure that there is no
foreign particles or water traces in
charge plug or port as any of these
can result in electric short circuit or
shock causing serious injury or
death. Hence do not touch metal
contacts on cable or plug.
! Do not drag or keep charge cable
close to any heat source.
!
Ensure that power socket is switched
off before accessing charge cable.
! Do not handle charge cable or port
with wet hands as it may cause
electric shock resulting to injury or
death.
! Do not pull or twist cable and always
remove by holding charge port
handle after switching off plug
point.
! Do not modify port or cable as it may
cause fire hazard.
! In case if you observe an unusual
odor or smoke coming from vehicle,
do immediately stop charging
process.
! Always make sure charge cable is
disconnected from on board charge
port prior to drive.
! Charging may affect operation of
worn or implanted electric medical
devices and could result in serious
injury or death.
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3.2 TYPES OF CHARGING / 3.3 NORMAL CHARGING
3.2 TYPES OF CHARGING
Car can be charged using house charging unit
installed at home or at office or with charge
cable provided with car.
Normal charging:
Always charge your car using charge cable
supplied with vehicle. It normally takes
approximately 5 hours to full charge from
completely discharged battery.
Fast charging (if equipped)*:
A separate fast charge port is provided in rear
bumper to charge battery power pack quickly
in 60 minutes time. Fast charging cannot be
done at home, this charging can be availed at
places where ‘Fast charge’ stations are
available exclusively for Mahindra Reva
vehicles. It is recommended to use Fast
charging only in emergency needs and not
always.
Refer ‘Fast charging’ in section 3.7
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3.3 NORMAL CHARGING:
Charging your car is safe and simple in Just
4 steps:
Step 1: Ensure parking brake is applied &
STOP button is in OFF position.
Step 2: Open rear hatch and take charge
cable from vehicle, located
behind rear seat.
Step 3: Plug in one side of charge cable to
vehicle charge port, ensure cable
is pushed completely and close
rear hatch.
Step 4: Plug in other end into charge point
on wall socket and turn on power
supply switch.
START
STOP
OFF
Vehicle is now on charge. Charge Light
(green) indicator will flash & turns solid
once charging is completed.
3.3 NORMAL CHARGING
Reset Button
push it in fully
OK LED
Fault LED
Test Button
CHARGE PLUG
Charge Light
(Green)
CAUTION
Always ensure that rear hatch is closed
during charging process. If not water can
enter from rear and damage electronics
during raining.
OK LED :
Green LED light indicates normal charging
and healthy earth in charging circuit.
Fault LED :
Red LED light indicates fault in charging
circuit for under or over voltages and
residual current trip fault.
Reset Button:
In event of earth leakage or any other
faults it will trip. Press to reset after
rectifying the issue.
Test Button:
Press to evaluate healthy condition of
electric power supply once in a while if
cable is being used sparingly that also
shows cable is working OK or faulty.
Once charging is completed, first switch
off power supply, then remove charging
cable from plug point and on-board
charge port.
Roll and keep charge cable in its
compartment behind rear seat.
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3.4 CHARGE DURATION / 3.5 IDLE TIME / 3.6 INTELLIGENT CHARGING SYSTEM
HOME CHARGING UNIT:
Always use installed ‘HOME CHARGING
UNIT” for charging your car at home or
office. Use charge cable provided with
car for charging at other charge points
having proper earth.
3.5 IDEAL TIME TO CHARGE
Vehicle can be charged anytime with availability
of charging facility, however charging can be
done at suitable time that has following
advantages:
1. Normally most of requirements for city
mobility are during day, hence charging at
night will not interfere in daily travel plans.
2. At night, ambient temperature is less, ideal for
battery charging.
3.4 CHARGE DURATION
3.6 INTELLIGENT CHARGING SYSTEM
Time taken for charging can vary up to 5
hours from complete discharged condition.
Charging duration may vary:
1) If battery power pack temperature has
reached its maximum limit, charging will
slowdown and will take longer time to
charge.
2) If battery power pack temperature reaches
minimum limit less than 10°C, charging will
slowdown and will take longer time to
charge.
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Home charging
unit
This vehicle has unique Intelligent Energy
Management System [IEMS] that controls
energy flow from mains to battery power Pack
through on board charger. It will optimize energy
consumption to charge battery pack completely.
Further more if there is voltage fluctuation or an
interruption in main power supply, system
remembers point at which charging was
interrupted and resumes charging from there
onwards.
3.7 FAST CHARGING
3.7 FAST CHARGING*
Car is fitted with an onboard fast charging
port which uses high DC (current) supply for
charging. This requires DC fast charging
station installed exclusively for Mahindra
Reva vehicles at various locations in city.
(Contact service center and Customer care
for information).
Steps for fast charging:
1. Check for fast charging station availability
in the region.
2. Park vehicle near to fast charging station
and ensure STOP button is turned OFF.
3. Take fast charge cable from station, insert
connector with slight push into vehicle
fast charge port located next to rear
license plate.
4. Preset charging time and press start
button on fast charger.
5. Car will charge as per charge settings
selected at the time of charging.
6. Once charging is completed press
stop button on fast charger and
remove charge cable connector
from car and fit back to fast charge
unit.
Charge Duration:
! Normally charging by this mode is
approximately 60 minutes from
fully discharged condition.
! With a quick charge for 15 minutes
will charge 25% SOC.
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Air outlet
Air outlet
Fast Charge
display
Fast Charge
connector
Fast Charger
bottom
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Duct and
main frame
Air inlet
TAIL GATE
1. Fast charge port
2. License lamps
3. License plate
Ground
FAST CHARGING STATION
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3.8 TRICKLE CHARGING / 3.9 CHARGING PRECAUTIONS
3.8 TRICKLE CHARGING
3.9 CHARGING PRECAUTIONS
1. Trickle charge process enables vehicle battery power pack to be topped up in every 24
hours to compansate loss due to idle discharge in vehicle.
2. In the event of vehicle is not used for long time, eg. more than 1 week, plug in vehicle for
charge and enable VACATION MODE using mobile app. This will ensure that batteries will
be stored in safe charge storage limits enhancing battery life.
1. Always use charge cable provided in
car for charging.
2. Do not charge your vehicle, if Power
Socket and / or charge port are
exposed to rain or water.
3. Do not plug-in with wet hands.
4. It is recommended not to charge your
car in direct sunlight.
5. Make sure that children are kept away
from both on-board and external
charge ports, while charging.
6. Car should be disconnected from
power source before getting any
services being carried out.
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3.10 CHARGING HIGH VOLTAGE LINES
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1. Charge port
2. Charge port harness
3. Fast charge port
4. Fast charge contactor
5. 230V AC input
6. Charger
7. 48V output connector
8. Battery pack
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230V AC power line
48V DC power lines
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3.11 CHARGING TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
There may not be power supply at
Charge Light does not come ,
External Power Source.
on when car is put on charge and
,
Charging Cable may not be properly
‘INSERT PLUG FULL’ message.
connected to Power Source or not
inserted properly to Charge Port.
I.
Charging time of car may
II. Temperature Light is on while ,
increase due to high battery /
charging.
charger or ambient temperature.
May be problem in charging system.
Car does not charge with ‘CHARGE ,
FAULT’ message on cluster.
iii.
I.
RCD:
OK LED not ON
II. Fault LED ON
,
Power supply interrupted, may not
REMEDY
,
Power Supply needs to be restored /
ensured.
,
Re-insert charging cable to Power Source
and / or push handle fully on to Charge
base Plate and observe on cluster
message ‘Insert plug full’ goes off.
,
Check for cooling fan noise and charge in
shade/cooler temperature or during
night when ambient temperature is low.
,
Contact dealer for assistance.
,
Restore power supply / switch on power
or get earth of point rectified.
be switched on or earthing is not
OK.
,
Power supply voltage is low or high.
,
High leakage current at charge plug.
,
Get supply voltage corrected.
,
Get plug point wiring rectified.
,
Earth leakage current is high
,
Get earth circuit rectified.
(Reset RCD and check)
III. RESET Button tripped
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3.12 CHARGING POINT REQUIREMENTS
MCB
NEUTRAL
PHASE
MCB
DISTRIBUTION
BOARD
NOTE
Charge Point Specification:
EARTHING
Power requirement: 3KW, Single phase
Plug Socket: 15Amps SP 220V
Wire thickness: 4sq mm for 25 meters, 6sq mm up to 100 meters length
SAFETY: The power source should have MCB & proper earthing.
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Warning........... .......................................................
Seat adjustment......................................................
Rear seat access......................................................
Seat belts................................................................
Head rest (SRS).......................................................
Notes.......................................................................
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SAFETY - Seats, Seat belts and SRS
4.1 WARNING
WARNING
! Never ride in a moving vehicle with seat
reclined. This can lead to getting
thrown out and cause injury to neck or
other serious internal injuries in event
of any accident or sudden braking.
! During vehicle in motion, seat should be
upright. Ensure that always sit well
back in seat with both feet down and
adjust seat belts properly.
! Ensure that seat is securely locked after
adjustments by gently rocking seat
forward or backward.
! Never leave children unattended in
vehicle, they may unknowingly activate
controls or switches that could result in
serious accidents.
! Never recline seat back rest more than
needed which could reduce
effectiveness, can cause injuries in
event of accidents or sudden braking.
Head Rest:
Head rests are adjustable and are
supplement to other vehicle safety systems.
They provide additional protection in
certain front & rear collisions. Check
adjustment every time and adjust if
required when ever seats are used by
someone else. Failure to do so by not
following
instructions will reduce
effectiveness of head rest and could
increase risk of injury or death in event of
accident.
Never attach anything to stalk of adjustable
head rest.
Incorrect seat belt
positioning
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4.2 SEAT ADJUSTMENTS / 4.3 REAR SEAT ACCESS
4.2 SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
II. RECLINING THE SEAT REST
4.3 REAR SEAT ACCESS
I. FRONT SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
To adjust rear back rest to most
comfortable position, a recliner lever
is provided at side of the front seats.
Pull recliner lever upwards and release
it for locking once aligned to desired
position. Recliner lever is located on
right hand side for driver’s seat and
left-hand side of passenger’s seat.
Rear seats can be accessed from both sides
of vehicle. To do so:
Step 1: Pull up rear recliner lever of front
seat provided at sides.
Step 2: Front seat will slide & seat rest
will recline forward for easy entry
& exit.
Step 3: M a k e s u r e f r o n t s e a t i s
returned back to normal position
prior to your drive.
For adjusting front seating position that
is most comfortable, a lever is provided
under front side of the seats. To adjust
pull up, hold lever and slide forward or
backward for your requirement and
release lever for locking.
Recliner Lever
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4.4 SEAT BELTS
REAR SEAT
A : Tool kit & warning triangle are placed in
rear seat rest pouches.
B: Press release lock and pull head rest for
adjustment.
4.4 SEATBELTS
Both front and rear seats are fitted
with 3-point type safety belts with
retractor for maximum protection
from any inadvertent event.
REAR SEAT
Warning Triangle
Tool Kit
CAUTION
Position of seat backrest should always be
in an upright position when driving, or seat
belt effectiveness may be reduced.
Always adjust seat before driving. Never
attempt to adjust seats or belts while
driving.
CORRECT SEAT BELT
POSITION
Front seats are of ELR (Emergency
locking retractor) type. In emergency
situations or crash, retractor instantly
locks securing the occupant and
prevents injury.
To engage seat belt:
! Insert latch plate into the buckle till
click sound is heard & latch engaged.
Make sure belt is securely latched
and check that belt is not twisted.
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4.4 SEAT BELTS / 4.5 HEAD REST (SRS)
REAR SEAT BELTS:
For rear seat, seat belts are ALR
(Automatic locking retractor) type that
works both as ELR and ALR but has a
switching over point indicated by a
click as you pull seat belt. Sit upright
and adjust belt length and latch buckle.
CAUTION
Make sure all seat-belts are properly
fastened before driving for safety.
To unfasten belt, press release button on
latch buckle.
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PR
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ISO fix child seat mount:
Car seats restraint system is equipped
with child seat mounts. This helps in
seating young children needing
attention securely. Using these
mounts that enables child safety seats
to be quickly and safely secured while
being driven.
4.5 HEAD REST (SRS)
SUPPLEMENT RESTRAINT SYSTEM
Adjustable head rests is a supplement
restraint system with other safety system in
vehicle. Head rest can be adjusted for height
with help of button located on it. Press &
hold button to raise, then pull headrest
upward to a level most comfortable and to
lower, push it down.
4.6 NOTES
NOTE
! Make sure you remove hard or
CAUTION
It is dangerous to drive without headrest.
breakable objects lying in your
pockets, dress, if any, before wearing
seatbelts.
! Seatbelt is equipped to be used by one
person only. Never use seatbelts for
more than one occupant.
! Ensure that seatbelts straps are not
twisted while in use.
! Pregnant woman are recommended
to wear seat belts for protection.
Please consult your doctor for any
specific recommendations.
! Never attach seatbelt over a child or
infant in occupant’s lap.
Pregnant Women
Pregnant woman should wear lap belt
snugly and as low as possible over hips.
Shoulder belt should be worn across
shoulder but never across abdomen
area. When worn properly, it will protect
both mother and fetus in any event of
accident or emergency stop.
Child restraint system:
Children and infants must never be
transported without a proper restraint
system. This system can be purchased
from the market. Ensure that system
purchased meets all applicable standards
and safety measures. Use as per
instruction of manufacturer while seating
the child in front seat.
Injured Persons:
MREVPL advises that injured persons use
seat belts depending on nature of injury.
C h e c k w i t h d o c to r fo r s p e c i f i c
recommendations.
Cleaning the seatbelts:
Never use any harsh detergents to clean
seatbelts as this may render them
ineffective. Inspect seatbelts regularly for
excessive wear and tear. If any damages/
frays etc are found, replace seatbelt
immediately. Do not attempt to tamper
seatbelts as this may affect the
performance of seatbelts.
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
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Instrument Cluster................................................................
Head lights...........................................................................
Turn signal and Indicators....................................................
Indicator Lights ....................................................................
Speedo and ODO meter.......................................................
MODE and SET button.........................................................
Efficiency gauge....................................................................
SOC and Gauge bar...............................................................
DTE and TTC indicator...........................................................
Windscreen wiper and nozzle..............................................
Gear lever and Drive modes.................................................
Glove box and Bottle holder.................................................
Accessories...........................................................................
Infotainment system.. ..........................................................
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER AND
CONTROLS
Instrument cluster and controls
5.1 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
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1
2
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3
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4
5
20
6
19
18
17
!
7
8
9
10
11
12
16
15
14
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1. LH turn indication light
2. Charge indicator light
3. Parking & low brake fluid light
4. High beam light
5. Low beam light
6. Parking light
7. Anti theft
8. EV warning light
9. Gear
10. Set button
11. Trip & ODO meter
12. Digital SOC
13. SOC bar
14. Time to charge / Distance to empty
15. Mode button
16. Drive efficiency
17. Service light
18. Temperature light
19. Low auxiliary battery light
20. Speedo meter
21. Seat belt (Driver side)
22. Door open
23. RH turn indication light
24. Message display
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5.2 HEAD LIGHTS
5.2 HEADLIGHTS
This lever operating headlights has
three positions. They are:
1. OFF - In this position, all lights are
off.
2. Middle Position - Front parking
lights, tail Park lights, licence plate
lights and dashboard backlighting is
lit.
3. Third Position - Headlight HI or LOW
beam comes on with other middle
position lights when lever is turned
with HI or LOW position.
OFF
LIGHT / INDICATOR STALK
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PARKING LIGHT
I. PARKING LIGHT
Rotate knob on lighting stalk to first
position to turn on parking light.
OFF
LIGHT / INDICATOR STALK
II. LOW BEAM / HIGH BEAM
! Rotate knob to next position to
turn on head lights.
! For high beam, pull lever upwards
until you hear a click, then let go.
! In off condition, to flash high beam,
pull lever slightly towards you and
release it quickly.
! For ‘Low beam’ push lever
downwards to hear a click noise.
LOW BEAM LIGHT HIGH BEAM LIGHT
III. LOW BEAM
Indicates head light low beam ON when
turned on
a) Low beam with door close-indication ON
b) Low beam with door open- indication
ON with beep.
IV. HIGH BEAM
indicates head light HI beam on when
turned on
a) High beam with door closed - indication
ON
b) High beam with door open- indication
ON with beep.
V. FOLLOW ME HOME HEAD LIGHT
To activate, turn on and off head light
switch for 2 times within 1 second, lights
will be on for 30 seconds after doors are
locked, assisting you in parking exit.
5.3 TURN SIGNALS & INDICATOR
5.3 TURN SIGNALS
Turn signal lights blink when you select stalk
for a lane change or a turn.
1. Push side indicator stalk forward for left
turn and backward for right turn.
2. During high speed lane change push stalk
upwards or downwards within a second
for automatic 3 blinks.
T
LEF
In case if it is blinking faster than
normal, then one of indicator bulb is
fused and bulb needs replacement.
L
OFF
RIGHT
In charge this light will flash every 2
sec’s indicating batteries are charging
& turns solid upon full charge.
LIGHT / INDICATOR STALK
TURN INDICATOR
Indicates left or right blinking with position
of indicator stalk. Both blinkers will flash
together when hazard button is selected.
LEFT TURN
RIGHT TURN
When vehicle is powered ON or OFF,
some of lights on cluster glow for short
time and is a part of Vehicle’s self
diagnostics. For any change in behavior
please contact your Service centre.
CHARGE LIGHT
I. CHARGE LIGHT (Green)
NORMA
NOTE
NOTE
In case of any charge fault, charge
light will be OFF with a message on
cluster displaying CHARGE FAULT.
please contact our service dealer for
assistance.
PARKING BRAKE & LOW BRAKE FLUID LIGHT
II. PARKING BRAKE / LOW BRAKE FLUID
LIGHT
a) Solid: Indicates parking brake
engaged. Release parking
brake before driving your car.
b) Flashing: Indicates Low brake fluid
level with a message TOPUP
BRAKEFLUID. Top up brake fluid
w i t h D OT - 3 g ra d e u nt i l
maximum level & flashing light
will go OFF.
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5.4 INDICATOR LIGHTS
CAUTION
TEMPERATURE LIGHT
III. TEMPERATURE LIGHT
This indication comes on blinking or solid in
driving/charging, indicating any of below
components having reached their maximum
operating temperature.
1. Battery
2. Charger
3. Motor
4. Motor controller
a) Flashing temperature light indicates EV
system temperature either too low or high
for normal usage.
b) Solid temperature light indicates EV
system temperature reaching its max
normal operating temperature.
c) During drive Solid light with message SLOW CAR, avoid
harsh driving with high acceleration.
Flashing light with message STOP CARstop the car for few minutes untill light
goes OFF.
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In drive with light glowing red, will notice
that vehicle performance is reduced. Still
continuing to drive, temperature light will
flash and vehicle will soon stop to protect
its drive system.
NOTE
On charge, if light is solid, indicate
increase in charging time due to high
charging system temperature. If light is
flashing, then charging process will be
suspended due to very high charging
syste m te m p e rat u re . I f b atte r y
temperature is less than -5°C, it will not
charge.
!
EV WARNING LIGHT
V. EV WARNING LIGHT
EV warning light indicates system faults with
fault message on cluster. It also indicates
messages to user which can be read by
pressing & holding SET button for 5 sec’s to
view messages. Press SET button again to view
more messages.
SERVICE LIGHT
LOW AUX 12V BATTERY LIGHT
IV. LOW AUX 12V BATTERY LIGHT
Light turns on solid once this battery
voltage goes very low.
VI. SERVICE LIGHT
This indicates
a) Service due- Flashing light for 20 sec’s
in every drive after charge.
b) Charge / Drive system faults- Solid
light.
5.4 INDICATOR LIGHTS / 5.5 SPEEDOMETER & ODOMETER
IX. ANTI THEFT LIGHT
After successful locking, car will enter into
immobilized state & this LED will blinking in
cluster.
DOOR OPEN LIGHT
VII. DOOR OPEN LIGHT
It indicates driver or passenger side door
or hood or hatch is open. It will be off once
they are closed properly.
SEAT BELT LIGHT
VIII. SEAT BELT LIGHT
It indicates seat belt light ON when driver
side seat belt is not worn in drive.
ANTI THEFT LIGHT
5.5 SPEEDOMETER & ODOMETER
Digital speedometer will display vehicle
speed either in kilometers or miles based
on prior selection.
I. ODOMETER
Odometer records & displays total distance
in Kilometers or miles covered by vehicle.
ODO
TRIP AB
km
mile
Display Length
Total - 0 to 99999 Kms
Trip A- 0.0 to 6553.5 Kms (resets to zero when
put on charge every time after drive)
Trip B- 0.0 to 6553.5 Kms
ƒ
Odometer
will be displayed by default at every
key ON.
CAUTION
Keep track of your odometer reading and
check maintenance schedule regularly for
required services. Increased wear or
damage to certain parts can result from
failure to perform required services at
proper mileage intervals and your
warranty rights may be affected.
NOTE
II. TRIP METER
Trip A displays kilometers covered in
current drive and gets reset once car is put
on charge.
Trip B can be used to measure distance
traveled on short trips between stops.
In drive, on cluster message center it
displays either cabin or ambient
temperature for a minute and will keep
toggling between them.
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5.6 MODE & SET BUTTON / 5.7 EFFICIENCY / 5.8 SOC & BAR GAUGE
5.6 MODE & SET BUTTON
Button
u
Press &
hold SET button for 5 seconds
to read messages, if EV warning light is
on. press again to read more messages.
5.8 DIGITAL SOC & SOC BAR
! Indicates ‘State of charge’ in digital & bar
display.
MODE
! Displays all bars if SOC >95%
! Lowest bar will start flashing if SOC drops
button to toggle between
ODO, TRIP A or TRIP B.
u
In ODO selection, press & hold for 2
seconds to toggle between kilometers &
miles.
u
TRIP B selection, Press & hold for 2 seconds
to reset present value to zero.
u
TRIP A, displays present drive cycle mileage
& resets to zero when put on charge.
below 5% charge.
(Refer chapter 9.0 on “ Starting & Driving” for
more information).
u
Press mode
5.7 EFFICIENCY INDICATOR
Efficiency gauge indicates energy
consumption level during drive. Above
figure indicates good drive efficiency.
Button
SOC INDICATOR
u
Press SET
or MODE button to turn on
cluster illumination.
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Above figure indicates regeneration of
energy during drive. By anticipating &
applying gradual braking will ensure
battery will be recharged for extra range.
5.9 DTE & TTC INDICATOR / 5.10 WIND SCREEN WIPER & NOZZLE
5.10 WINDSCREEN WIPER
To operate windscreen wiper, turn lever
from OFF position to any of below
operating positions in drive.
5.9 DTE / TTC INDICATOR
DTE- Distance To Empty :
Indicates approximate number of kilometers
that can be driven with available charge.
TTC- Time To Charge:
Indicates approximate time to full charge.
Position 1: Intermittent wiping speed
Position 2: Low wiping speed
Position 3: High wiping speed
2
! Pull lever downward for intermittent
!
operation.
Push lever upward for low & high
wiping speeds.
NOTE
DTE is linear in normal drive speed of 5060 km/hr. In event of drive with higher
power consumption / harsh drive, actual
initial DTE shown and kilometer driven
will vary, however last 10% charge will
show the exact DTE that can be travelled.
1
Position 3
Position 2
WINDSCREEN WASHER NOZZLE
To spray windscreen washer fluid, press
button 1 on the lever, fluid will get sprayed
through nozzles on wiper blades and
wipes off screen for three wipes and then
after 3 seconds with a single wipe.
WIPER OPERATION
To increase wiper wiping speed rotate
knob 2 on wiper lever forward and to
reduce rotate back.
NOTE
Position 1
In sub zero ambient conditions, use anti
freeze liquid in wind shield washer tank.
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5.11 GEAR LEVER & DRIVE MODES
Bottle holder
R
N
F
B
Gear shift lever
5.11 GEAR LEVER & DRIVE MODES
Gear lever enables you to choose your
desired drive direction.
It has following positions:
Forward [F]: (Range mode)
Press gear release button to move lever
from ‘N’ to ‘F’ mode. This is normal driving
mode position to drive in forward direction
(max speed is 80kmph) and driving in this
mode will give best drive range.
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R
N
F
B
NOTE
Button on ‘RNFB’ is child safe mode switch to
avoid unintended operation. Lever may not
move from forward to reverse when button
is kept depressed for long, hence do operate
by depressing it after 2-5 seconds idle time.
Power Boost [B]:(Power mode)
This position also enables you to drive in
forward direction with quick acceleration &
to overtake during drive.
Neutral [N]:
Always park your car in ‘Neutral’ position
before turning off STOP button.
GEAR DISPLAY
Reverse [R]:
Press gear release button to move lever from Neutral mode indication:
‘N’ to ‘R’ mode. Gear lever moved to this 1. ‘N’ indication remains solid during key on
position, car will drive in reverse direction
when gear is in neutral position.
with beep and speed is limited to 20 Kmph. 2. Modes ‘B’, ‘F’ Or ‘R’ will flash during key on
Use reverse park camera* with infotainment
when gear is not in neutral position. After
system for assistance. (To know more about
authentication process push gear to ‘N’
how to get maximum range, please refer to
position to enable power to drive system.
Chapter 9.0 on “Starting & Driving”)
5.12 GLOVE BOX & BOTTLE HOLDER
5.12 GLOVE BOX & BOTTLE HOLDER
Instrument panel houses glove box that can
be used for storing small things like CD, user
manuals, spectacles etc. Door inner panels
have a slot for storing water bottle.
Boost mode indication:
It will be on with gear lever is at ‘B’ position
after key ON .
Economy mode indication:
a) When SOC drops below 20%
b) When EV system temperature reaches
minimum set limit.
c) In this mode driving power will be
limited.
Glove Box
Forward mode indication:
It will be on with gear lever is at ‘F’ position
after key ON.
Reverse mode indication:
It will be on with gear lever is at ‘R’ position
after key ON with beep.
Limp home mode indication:
a) When SOC drops below 10%
b) When EV system temperature reaches
maximum set limit.
c) In this mode driving power will be
limited with an indication ‘POWER
SAVE MODE” on cluster and air
conditioning will turn off automatically.
Bottle holder
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5.13 ACCESSORIES
2
1
3
5.13 ACCESSORIES:
12 V Socket :
Center console is equipped with a 12V
power socket for charging laptop, mobile
and other applications which consumes
less than 100 watts.
USB Port:
USB port can be used for playing audio and
video files from USB, IPOD when
connected to port. (System may not
support some of USB makes that are not
from standard regular manufacturers.
Refer “Infotainment and Navigation
manual” for more information.
1. 12 V socket
2. USB port / Aux 2 in
3. Power window switch LH and RH
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Aux 2 in:
Aux 2 in- can be used to connect IPOD,
camera, game consoles, walkman and
compatible other playing devices with
respective cables. It will be available only
when unit is connected with external A/V
device, otherwise prompt shows “No
signal input”.
Power window switch:
Driver and passenger doors are equipped with
power window. Push switch down to lower glass
and lift up to raise glass.
CAUTION
! Leaving children, helpless adults, pets in car
with windows closed is dangerous as it can
overcome by extreme heat and suffocation /
injury or even death from heat stroke.
! Never leave them alone with keys available as
they can operate car unintentionally and
cause damage.
! While raising power window glass, do make
sure that no keeping hand / fingers (specially
children) on window glass as it may hurt and
result in injuries in operation.
NOTE
12V socket has been designed for charging
gadgets like mobile phones and laptops. Using
gadgets drawing heavy current can blow fuse
and damage system.
5.14 INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM*
INFOTAINMENT CONTROLS:
1. Reset button
2. Disc change button
3. Return to Main menu
4. Navigation key button
5. Display screen
6. Switch on / off & Volume button
7. Navigation card slot
8. Micro SD card slot
9. Aux In socket
10 Disc player
The vehicle if equipped with “Infotainment &
Navigation system” the above functions can be
performed in vehicle. Refer “Infotainment &
Navigation manual” for all information on
operations and using this feature prior to first
drive.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
AUDIO SYSTEM*
Infotainment system is provided in selected models, is governed by its separate User’s
Manual.
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Climate controls......................................................
Air flow vents..........................................................
Air flow modes........................................................
Blower.....................................................................
Recirculation mode.................................................
Cooling...................................................................
Demister.................................................................
Heater.....................................................................
Rear defogger.........................................................
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Climate control systems
6.1 CLIMATE CONTROLS
BLOWER KNOB
AC COOLING / HEATER KNOB
FRONT DEMISTER BUTTON
REAR DEFOGGER BUTTON
AIR FLOW MODE KNOB
AIR RECIRCULATION BUTTON
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6.2 AIR FLOW VENTS / 6.3 AIR FLOW MODES / 6.4 BLOWER
6.2 AIR FLOW VENTS
Vehicle is equipped with a blower system
with air flow vents provided to circulate air at
locations within vehicle.
1. Central (circular) Louvers direct air
towards cabin.
2. Vents near windshield directs air towards
it.
3. Louvers & vents at two corners of
dashboard directs air at sides and on to
windows.
Louvers at centre & sides can be adjusted to
direct air for better comfort.
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POSITION 1
POSITION 2
POSITION 3
POSITION 4
6.4 BLOWER
6.3 AIR FLOW MODES:
Air flow from blower can be adjusted to 4
different positions for your requirements
by rotating knob clockwise to any of shown
positions on climate control. By default air
flow mode will be in position 2 when
turned on at key on.
Blower can be turned on by rotating knob
clockwise from OFF position to any of 6 positions
to vary air flow.
6.5 RECIRCULATION MODE / 6.6 COOLING/ 6.7 DEMISTER
Demister
6.5 AIR RECIRCULATION MODE
Car will be in recirculation mode by default
in key on condition. Turn OFF this button to
enable fresh air mode.
Cooling
6.7 BLOWER-
DEMISTER
Front wind shield glass demister is turned
on to clear fog by pressing button once on
blower knob. Press again to turn off
demister.
! HVAC starts with high blower speed and
maximum compressor speed for a
minute at start and resets to selected
position afterwards. To set it to your
comfort, rotate the blower mode to
required position.
! Use lower setting on the blower & AC
knob to optimize cooling to your
requirement.
CAUTION
AC Knob
6.6 COOLING
Air
recirculation
button
NOTE
a) Turn AC knob in anticlockwise direction
to switch on air condition.
b) Turn knob to desired cooling position to
your comfort level.
c) Cooling will be turned off when SOC
drops below 10%, while blower remains
ON and is indicated by blinking of
cooling position LED.
! Do not leave children or adults or pets
requiring attention / support in vehicle,
as with doors & windows closed in hot /
sunny days, temperature inside vehicle
cabin could become high and cause
suffocation to people / animals, could
injure and result in death.
! Avoid using recirculation mode for longer
periods as it can result in air becoming
stale & fog up window panes.
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6.8 HEATER / 6.9 REAR DEFOGGER
6.8 HEATER
6.9 REAR DEFOGGER
To operate Heater:
a) Rotate knob from off position in clockwise
direction. ‘Heater’ symbol will come on
and warm air will flow from vents based
on mode selection.
b) Heater will get switched off once the SOC
reaches 10% while blower continues to
operate and will be indicated by blinking
‘HEATER’ LED.
Rear hatch defogger is switched on to clear
fog on rear hatch glass by pressing button
once on AC & Heater knob. Press again to
turn off rear defogger.
Rear Defogger
Heating
NOTE
Heater
NOTE
Heater will not operate when SOC is less
than 10% and goes into ‘power save mode’.
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Climate control systems
Always remember to turn OFF Defogger
switch once hatch glass gets cleared OR
it gets turned off automatically after 15
mins of continuous operation.
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7
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My car info ............................................................... 55
Efficiency................................................................... 55
REVive....................................................................... 56
Eco setting and Appreciation.................................... 58
Mobile App............................................................... 58
MY CAR INFO and MOBILE APP
My car info and Mobile App
7.1 MY CAR INFO* / 7.2 EFFICIENCY
7.1 MY CAR INFO:
Using “My car info” by infotainment system,
below features can be accessed.
1. State of charge
2. Distance to empty (DTE)
3. My car drive
4. My car regen
5. My car Idle
6. Drive efficiency
7. REVive
8. User info- Guide & Manuals
9. Eco setting
10. Eco drive score
Switch on infotainment system after key on &
select ‘My car’ on touch screen to access ‘My
car information’.
In ‘My car information’. You can see state
of charge (SOC), Distance to empty (DTE)
and available energy for drive. Battery in
red indicates energy consumption by drive
motor.
Battery in green indicates energy getting
regenerated in drive.
This screen displays that vehicle is idle and
no consumption of energy.
7.2 Efficiency:
This screen displays power consumption
per kilometer drive in last 5 drive cycles.
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7.3 REVive*
REVive* is a feature to enable reserve energy
when you run out of charge.
1. REVive is activated if SOC is <10%
2.REVive can be activated by infotainment
system.
To activate:
a) Select ‘Gear Lever’ to neutral.
b) Select press to REVive
REVive will get activated with revived SOC
and DTE
For unsuccessful attempts it will display
any of below messages.
1. REVive time out
2. SOC greater than 10%
3. REVive already set
4. Vehicle not in neutral
5. Vehicle not authenticated
6. REVive limit exceeded
7. Vehicle de-activated
8. Drive stop fault
Try again with valid set conditions.
Try again to enable ‘REVive’ within time
limit with set conditions.
NOTE
Please note that ‘REVive’ feature can be
enabled with limitation and user charges
as applicable.
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Try again once ‘SOC’ becomes less than 10%
to enable ‘REVive’.
If ‘REVive’ is already activated and enabling
again will display above screen. Wait till you
observe ‘REVive’ successful display.
7.3 REVive
Shift gear lever to neutral mode and try
again to enable ‘REVive’ with other set
conditions.
This screen displays that ‘REVive’ cannot be
done as number of ‘REVive’ used in vehicle
have crossed limit.
For drive stop error message while
activating ‘REVive’, contact Technical help
desk for support and assistance.
Authenticate vehicle and try again to
enable ‘REVive’ with other set conditions.
For vehicle deactivated message while
activating ‘REVive’ Contact Technical help
desk for support and assistance.
By accessing ‘manual’ menu you can access
user manuals & trouble shooting guide.
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7.4 ECO SETTING & APPRECIATION / 7.5 MOBILE APP
It can be used for setting “Eco” and see fuel
saved. To get to this screen slide previous
screen upwards.
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It helps on improvising driving habits,
litres of fuel saved and improve.
7.5 MOBILE APP:
Vehicle is equipped with ‘Mobile app’ that
can help user in planning his drive / charge
and enabling some of features and
operations mentioned below. Please check
if your mobile is a smart phone for using
this feature.
1. Lock & Unlock
2. Start & stop ‘Air Conditioning’
3. Start & stop ‘Charging’
4. Schedule ‘Air Conditioning’
5. Activate ‘REVive’
6. Trip planner
7. Search ‘Nearest charging points’
8. Enable ‘Vacation mode’
9. Assistance
Mobile app main menu screen display showing
all features.
7.5 MOBILE APP
1. Lock & Unlock:
Using this feature you can lock and unlock
your vehicle remotely. Tap at center to lock
or unlock.
2. Start & Stop ‘Air conditioning’:
Using this feature you can keep your car
cabin pre-conditioned by remote for
convenience and activation depends on
cabin temperature at that time.
Operation:
Remote pre-conditioning will get activated
when enabled if cabin temperature is below
18°C or above 21°C. If cabin temperature is
below 18°C, heater will come on and will cut
off once temperature goes above 18°C and
similarly if cabin temperature is above 21°C,
cooling will start and will stop once
temperature falls below 21°C. In event of
very high or low cabin temperatures, cooling
or heating will come on for 25 minutes for
optimisation.
Plugged in:
Keeping car plugged in on charge, preconditioning of car cabin will be done by
utilising power from mains and also keeps
battery pack in full charged for your journey.
Unplugged:
In unplugged condition it consumes energy
from your battery pack and drive range will
be reduced.
NOTE
Pre-conditioning enabled will get turned
off once the car is unlocked and doors
opened.
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7.5 MOBILE APP
3. Vehicle energy indication:
This screen shows present state of charge
& distance to empty. Using this you can
start and stop vehicle charging process
remotely.
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4. Schedule ‘Air Conditioning’:
Vehicle air conditioning can be scheduled
for days of the week with time. You have to
go to above screen in your mobile app and
add schedule as per your requirement and
save it. Working of heating / cooling
depends on car cabin temperature.
5. Activate ‘REVive’:
This feature can be enabled when your
battery power is less than 10% SOC. Going to
above screen with preset conditions you can
enable reserve energy with applicable user
charges.
7.5 MOBILE APP
While activating ‘REVive’ feature ensure
that SOC is less than 10%, vehicle is in
‘Neutral’ position after key on and
authentication.
6. Trip planner: Using this feature you can
plan your trip with any / all possible routes.
Going to this menu you can see and check
where in it can be one way or possible round
trip with available energy. Green circle shows
that with available energy, ‘Round trip’ can
be done and ‘Red’ shows it can be only one
way trip and you have to charge in between
to come back.
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7.5 MOBILE APP
7. Search ‘Nearest charging points’:
Going to this screen you can check near by
‘charge points / stations’.
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8. Vacation mode:
If vehicle is not be used for more than
1week, enable ‘Vacation mode’ and save
battery from idle discharge.
For doing so:- Select date, time from and to
and save it in above screen.
Operation of vacation mode:
Car on charge:
! Car will charge or discharge till SOC reaches to
50% at start date /time and maintains SOC at
50%.
! On end date /time, car will come out from
vacation mode and charge to 100% SOC and
then onwards if not used it will be on trickle
charge to maintain energy level.
Car Idle:
! If car is charged 100%, at start date / time, car
battery will discharge till 50% and stays in
vacation mode.
! If SOC is less than 50%, vacation mode gets
activated at start date / time and stays in
vacation mode with same SOC.
NOTE: In idle condition, to activate car from
vacation mode, user has to open door by key,
open data port cover using screw driver and keep
reset button depressed for more than 30
seconds. And then put car on charge to 100%
before use. Or else user can plug in car for
charge, but keep power switch off, so that after
completion of vacation mode, just simply switch
on to activate car and allow car to charge full
before using it.
7.5 MOBILE APP
9. Assistance:
With this feature you can avail on road
assistance, access trouble shooting guide & also
videos.
You can access above menus, request for
‘Road side assistance’, plan ‘service
scheduling’, use ‘trouble shooting guide’
and also send ‘feedback’.
You can access above sub menu and do
possible trouble shooting. Upon selecting
video, it starts streaming from web and
display.
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8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
Key fobs and keys....................................................
Key fob operation....................................................
Chime......................................................................
Door Locks...............................................................
Hazard Warning......................................................
Horn........................................................................
Mirrors and Adjustments.........................................
Head light adjuster..................................................
Sun Visor..................................................................
Roof light.................................................................
Brakes......................................................................
Wiper washer..........................................................
General checks........................................................
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Pre drive checks
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PRE DRIVE CHECKS
8.1 KEY FOBS & KEYS / 8.2 KEY FOB OPERATION / 8.3 CHIME
8.1
8.2
KEY FOBS & KEYS
Car comes with two identical key fobs with keys.
Key fobs used to lock / unlock vehicle,
authenticate to start car, open rear hatch and
find car in parking lot.
In event of any loss or theft, in order to provide a
new set of key fobs by service center, it is
suggested to note down vehicle key tag details
and keep it in a safe place. Always provide key tag
number to service center, given with keys at the
time of new car delivery for duplicate key
request.
KEY FOB OPERATION
Button 1 : Press once to unlock vehicle
(Unlocks with 2 flashes & beeps).
Button 2 : Press once to lock vehicle &
twice within a second for vehicle search
(Locks with 1 flash & beep).
Button 3 : Press & hold for a second to
open rear hatch.
Button 4 : A sliding button is given at back
side of fob for removing key from fob in
emergency door lock access.
CAUTION
! Always lock / unlock using remote with
a clear view of car.
1
2
3
! As a user do switch off START button,
4
engage park brake, lock car & keep key
fob in your pocket while exiting out of
car.
! In event of failed remote system when
locked, use hatch release button on
HVAC controls ro in emergency
remove grommet on rear trim and pull
release cable to release rear hatch.
8.3 CHIME
C h i m e c o m e s o n u n d e r fo l l o w i n g
circumstances:
1. Park brake pulled with Door open during
drive (Beeps at every 1 sec).
2. Park brake pulled with accelerator pressed
(Beeps at every 1 sec).
3. Park brake not pulled & door open
in all modes (Beeps at every 1 sec).
4. Brake fluid low (Beeps at every 1 sec in
charge & drive).
5. Continuous chime when EV system
temperature reaches its maximum
operating limit.
6. 5 Second beep can be heard during
automatic drive mode change to
economy, limp home, safe mode, charge
fault & drive fault.
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8.4 DOOR LOCKS / 8.5 HAZARD WARNING
II. TO OPEN DOOR:
8.4 DOOR LOCKS:
I. TO LOCK/ UNLOCK MANUALLY:
To lock or unlock your car manually in event
of central locking inoperative, turn key in
clockwise or anti-clockwise direction
respectively as shown in figure.
To lock LH door from inside, push door lock
lever forward and push it backward to unlock
as indicated in figure.
UNLOCK
(anti-clockwise)
UNLOCK
LOCK
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8.5 HAZARD WARNING
NOTE
LOCK
(clockwise)
CAUTION
1. Always make sure to close doors properly
before driving & after getting out of car.
2. Locking doors will guard occupants from
being thrown out in case of accidental
opening of a door.
3. Allow a gap of 2-5 sec’s between multiple
operations of remote.
Your car has been equipped with
factory fitted central door locking (CDL)
system. Hence keys must be used to
lock/unlock doors in emergency when
CDL system is not functional. It is
advisable to operate remote while car
is within range, as vehicle’s CDL system
is of visual type (turn indicators flash)
and with small audible (siren) type.
Press switch to activate hazard warning lights. All
six external turn signal indicators will flash
simultaneously. To turn off lights, press switch
once again. This should be used to warn traffic in
event of any emergency.
8.6 HORN / 8.7 MIRROR ADJUSTMENT / 8.8 HEAD LIGHT FOCUS SWITCH
NOTE
Interior and side mirror adjustments also to
be used for night driving to avoid glare
caused by vehicles coming from behind.
8.6 HORN
SIDE MIRROR ADJUSTMENT SWITCH
Horn operation is integrated in center pad of
steering wheel. Press anywhere on this pad to
sound horn.
Right Mirror
Left Mirror
4
3
2
1
0
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
HEAD LIGHT FOCUS SWITCH
DOWN
SIDE MIRROR ADJUSTMENT:
8.7 MIRRORS
Keep inside and outside mirrors clean & adjusted
for better visibility. Be sure to adjust mirrors
before you start driving.
Both side mirror’s can be adjusted
electrically for positioning mirror for
better view of vehicles behind.
Select right or left side mirror using upper
switch.
u
Adjust mirror to your driving position using
lower switch.
u
8.8 HEAD LIGHT FOCUS SWITCH
Use scroll button on switch to fine tune head
light low beam focusing as required before
starting of drive.
u
Scroll button up or down to adjust head
light low beam focus of your car.
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8.9 SUN VISOR / 8.10 ROOF LIGHT / 8.11 BRAKES
ON
OFF
+
+
Max
Min
+
Master cylinder
with booster
+
+
+
8.9 SUN VISOR
Two adjustable sun visors are provided in car
for protection of driver and passenger
against glare. In addition, passenger side
sun-visor comes equipped with a vanity
mirror.
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8.10 ROOF LIGHT
It has 3 positions:
Position 1 (off) :
Light remains off when door is open.
Position 2 (0) :
Light comes on when doors are opened &
goes off when closed properly.
Position 3 (on) :
Light comes on regardless of whether door
is opened or closed.
8.11 BRAKES:
Brake system in car works on hydraulic with
vacum booster assisted by regenerative
brakes. This helps in lesser effort by user while
retarding and have good braking. Electric
vacuum pump helps in optimizing vacuum in
booster. Check for proper working by applying
brake before starting your drive.
8.12 WIPER WASHER TANK / 8.13 GENERAL CHECKS
8.13 GENERAL CHECKS:
+
Prior to starting of your drive do carry out a
visual check for available energy is
sufficient for your journey, all dash board
lights are working OK, all tyre pressures are
OK, Seat belts and lights / horn are working
fine.
+
+
+
+
+
Wiper washer
Tank
8.12 WIPER WASHER TANK:
A container for wiper washer fluid is provided
under the hood. This is provided to clean /
wash up wind shield glass in event if it is dirty
from dust particles to have good visibility.
Check for cleanliness of wind shield prior to
drive.
CAUTION
Appearance of EV warning light could be
due to a temporary condition detected by
IEMS (On board computer) and will turn
off if problem gets healed. In case it
continues to stay on contact service
center.
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9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
Starting.................................................................. 71
Driving................................................................... 72
REVive................................................................... 73
Hill Hold................................................................. 73
Extending Your Driving Range .............................. 73
Troubleshooting..................................................... 74
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STARTING AND DRIVING
9.1 STARTING
9.1 STARTING:
Check energy level on SOC bar and digital SOC
display. Ensure that there is enough charge for
your immediate journey.
Eight simple steps to get your car started &
ready to drive:
Step 1: Turn off power supply and remove plug
from wall socket.
Step 2: Open rear hatch and unplug charge cable.
Roll it & keep inside vehicle.
Step 3: Unlock door using remote key fob.
STEP 1
STEP 2
Press
STEP 3
STEP 6
START
STOP
ON
START
STEP 4
GEAR LEVER RELEASE BUTTON
on
positi for
this way tion
ntifica
Authe
R
N
F
B
STEP 5
Step 4: Turn on start button.
Step 5: Authenticate key by placing key fob
near to start button as shown
above with position arrow on key
fob.
Step 6: Ensure seat belts are fastened.
Step 7:By pressing gear release button,
select gear lever to desired
driving position.
Step 8:Release parking brake, press
accelerator pedal. Use only your
right leg for applying accelerator
& brake pedals.
R
N
F
B
STEP 7
GEAR LEVER
PARKING BRAKE
2
1
STEP 8
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9.2 DRIVING
Step 9:When you require a higher
acceleration to overtake other
vehicles or in up-hill climbing, move
gear lever to ‘Boost’ [B] mode. In
this mode you attain a much higher
torque. The max. speed is 81 kmph
& It is possible for you to switch
from Forward [F] mode to Boost [B]
mode and vice-versa while car is in
motion. However, for optimal
driving range, you are advised to use
Forward [F] mode.
Step 10: To reverse, make sure that your car
is stationary. Then m o v e g e a r
lever to Reverse [R] mode. Press
accelerator gently and drive
backward. In this mode, speed is
electronically limited to approx 20
kmph for safety.
By following above steps, you will see that
driving your car is a simple and delightful
experience. Read section 9.6 to get best
performance from your vehicle.
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Reverse park Camera:
Use ‘reverse park camera’ (if equipped) for
assistance in reversing your car. This will
come on as soon you select reverse mode
with infotainment system ON.
When charge level in your battery Pack
reduces to less than 10% SOC, vehicle
energy monitoring system puts vehicle
on“power save mode” where in car will
drive in reduced power.
This is due to pre-programmed software in
your vehicle’s Intelligent Energy
Management System [IEMS] and Motor
Controller. These components will
monitor, as far as possible, that you are
never get stranded on the road due to
insufficient energy in battery Pack. Digital
SOC & SOC bar displays available energy
and ‘distance to empty’ indicating your
driving range from previous & present
drive . As you cover distance, digital SOC &
gauge bar will reduce continuously
displaying possible drive range from
remaining energy in battery pack.
NOTE
!
In event of unsuccessful attempt of
authentication within 60 sec’s, cluster
will display ‘RESTART’. Press start button
a g a i n & p o s i t i o n ke y f o b f o r
authentication.
!
Operate brake pedal and accelerator pedal
with your right foot only.
!
While driving, if you remove your foot
from accelerator pedal without pressing
brake pedal, you will feel partial
regenerative braking. This is normal and
is attributed to vehicle’s regenerative
braking that will re-charge batteries for
an extra drive range.
In event of ‘START / STOP’ button turned
off, it takes few seconds for LED to turn
from ‘Green’ to off condition and during
this if you want to switch ON car, you
simply press ‘START’ button again and
does not require to authenticate again.
!
9.3 REVive / 9.4 HILL HOLD / 9.5 EXTENDING YOUR DRIVING RANGE
CAUTION
Always ensure energy level is sufficient
for proposed travel distance. Avoid
driving below 1% State of Charge as
vehicle might stop at any point of time
from now. Find nearest charge point to
charge your car.
9.4 HILL HOLD & RESTRAINT:
9.5 EXTENDING YOUR DRIVING
RANGE
This feature allows you stop your car on
inclined roads for few seconds after
pressing and holding brake for a second. It
gives an added advantage to user for
having good control while driving on an
incline.
1. Always make sure that you release
parking brake completely before driving
your car.
2. Always drive car using right foot only.
3. Always drive in Forward [F] mode to get
optimum range out of your battery.
Use B mode when you want to overtake or
when you want to have fun with car.
4. Pre cool your car cabin remotely by turning
on aircondition when still plugged in for
charge. This will ensure that battery will be
100% charge with cabin temperature
preconditioned.
5. Use aircondition with desired level of
cooling set during drive. This will help in
consuming less energy for cooling.
6. By anticipating and applying gradual
braking you will ensure car batteries will
be recharged for extra range. Vehicle is
assisted with electrical regenerative
braking, also vacuum assisted brake for
shoot stop.
9.3 REVive*
In event of SOC is low (<10%) while in drive, you
can activate reserve energy by activating
“REVive”. This will allow you to get energy
released from battery reserve to reach your
destination or near charge point. ‘REVive’ feature
to be used in emergency, hence use ‘REVive’
feature carefully by planning your daily travel.
*: User charges as applicable.
a) To enable hill hold, press & hold brake
pedal for 1 second.
b) The car holds for 2 seconds & then
slowly restrain backwards.
c) To release car from hill hold or restrain,
press accelerator or brake pedal.
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9.6 TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
i.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Charge cable may not be removed from
Start button pressed, car not turning on ,
on board charge port.
with ‘UNPLUG CAR’ message.
REMEDY
,
Remove charging cable from car on board
charge port.
,
Place remote key fob near ‘START’ button for
ii. Car not switching on with message
‘AUTHENTICATE KEY’ on cluster.
,
Authentication not done correctly.
iii. Car not switching on with SHIFT GEAR
TO ’N’ message on cluster.
,
Car may not be parked in neutral.
iv. Car not switching on with ‘RESTART’
message on cluster.
,
Car may not have authenticated properly.
,
Restart again and start your car.
v.
,
EV drive system temperature may have
reached max. operating limit.
,
Drive your car slowly and if on charge, stop
vi. Temperature Light comes on
while driving with ‘STOP CAR’
message flashing on cluster.
,
EV drive system temperature may have
exceeded maximum operating limit.
,
Park your car at safe place. Engage parking
vii. Car stopped in drive with ’CHARGE
CAR’ message on cluster.
,
Charge level of battery has dropped to 0%
SOC.
,
Charge your car or activate REVive if
Temperature Light comes on
while driving with ‘GO SLOW’ message
on cluster.
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authentication.
,
Switch on, authenticate, move gear lever to
neutral and then to required mode.
charging and allow 15-20 minutes to cool.
brake. Wait for ~ 15 minutes till temperature
light goes off and start driving / charging
again.
available.
9.6 TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
viii. Error message ‘TOPUP BRAKE FLUID’
and indication on cluster.
,
Brake fluid level may have gone low in
ix. Car not driving per mode & throttle
demand with ‘GO SLOW’ message.
,
Possible fault in EV drive system
,
Drive carefully and request assistance from
your dealer.
x. Car not moving with ‘DRIVE FAULT’
message on cluster.
,
EV drive system having permanent
,
Contact your dealer for assistance.
xi. Central door lock not operating with
‘CHANGE KEY BATT’ message.
,
Remote key fob battery voltage may be
xii. Poor wiping action:
(Wiper blade is not moving or is stuck
on windscreen area.)
,
Blade improperly set.
,
Windshield is dirty with oil.
,
Wiper blade worn-out
,
Adjust blade position.
,
Clean windshield properly.
,
Replace with a new blade.
xiii. Immobiliser activated
,
Opening door manually with keys will
,
Press ‘UNLOCK’ button in remote to
deactivate.
master cylinder.
,
Top up brake fluid with recommended
grade to maximum level.
faults.
low.
activate anti theft alarm.
,
Replace key fob battery with recommended
type.
xiv. Hard Steering.
,
Low or uneven tyre pressure.
,
Inflate to correct tyre pressure.
xv. Vehicle pulls to one side while
driving.
,
Low or uneven tyre pressure/
,
Inflate to correct tyre pressure. Check
wheel alignment.
disturbed Wheel Alignment
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9.6 TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
xvi. Steering Kickback:
(While driving, you feel jerks and
vibrations on steering wheel.)
,
Low or uneven tyre pressure.
,
Inflate to correct tyre pressure.
xvii. Hard or Rough ride:
(When you drive your car, you feel
that ride is bumpy and rough.)
,
Excessive tyre pressure.
,
Inflate to correct tyre pressure.
xviii. Wheel Wobbling:
(While you drive, wheels and / or
steering shake.)
,
Incorrect wheel balancing and/or
,
Contact an Authorized Service Centre and
get wheels checked for alignment and
balancing.
alignment.
NOTE
If any of problems mentioned here persists even after you have attempted remedial measures mentioned above, please contact
Authorised Service Centre.
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10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
Tyres ....................................................................
Tyre Pressure .......................................................
Tyre Markings ......................................................
Wheel Alignment and Balancing..........................
Tyre rotation.........................................................
Tyre and Wheel Inspection ..................................
Spare Wheel.........................................................
Changing a flat Tyre .............................................
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TYRES
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10.1 TYRES / 10.2 TYRE PRESSURE / 10.3 TYRE MARKINGS
10.1 TYRES
Car is provided with tubeless tyres.
10.2 TYRE PRESSURE
Recommended Tyre pressure (cold fill) is:
NOTE
Any under inflated tyre generates
excessive heat that may result in
reduced life of tyres.
Check inflation pressures on all tyres at
least once in two weeks before driving.
This should be done when tyres are cold.
Low tyre inflation pressure will result in
higher rolling resistance and will have a
negative effect on drive range.
1
9.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
1.1
5.0
2.1
4.0
aPM
3.1
TM
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3.0
4.1
2.0
4.0
5.1
1.0
6.1
0
FRONT - 32 PSI
REAR - 32 PSI
CAUTION
10.3 TYRE MARKINGS
Size Markings:
APOLLO tyres on the car are marked as:
APOLLO: 155 / 70 R 13 71 T
NOTE
The tyres fitted in the vehicle meet the
requirements of BIS and they would
comply with the requirements under
the CMVR 1989, as mentioned
Notification SO 2953E
Tyres used are with special low rolling
resistance, should be replaced with same
type. Using any other tyres except
recommended Apollo will result in reduced
driving range.
All kind of repair/maintenance should be
carried out by Authorised Service Center
only. Failure to do so can result in tyre
warranty being null and void.
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10.4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BALANCING / 10.5 TYRE ROTATION
10.4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND
BALANCING
NOTE
Wheel alignment and balancing are
important for safety and to optimize drive
range.
Check the wear on your tyres at least once a
month.
If your tyres are wearing unevenly, e.g. inside
shoulder of tyre wearing faster than rest of
the tread, or if you detect excessive vibration,
get your wheel alignment and balancing
checked immediately. These conditions not
only effect life of tyres but also adversely
affect handling characteristics of car.
Replacement of tyre is needed when:
10.5 TYRE ROTATION
1. Wear indicators are seen at three or
more places around tyre.
2. Cord / Fabric can be seen showing
through tyres rubber.
3. Tread or sidewall is cracked, cut, or
snagged deep enough to show cord or
fabric.
4. Tyre has a bump, bulge or split.
5. Tyre has a damage, puncture or cut, that
can’t be repaired well because of size or
location of damage.
For uniform tyre wear, rotate tyres periodically as
shown in figure. Purpose of tyre rotation at
specified intervals is to get best mileage from all
tyres in vehicle. First rotation is most important.
When rotating tyres, always use rotation pattern
as shown below. Make sure that wheel nuts are
tightened to specified 70Nm.
3
Tyres
Spare Wheel
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INDICATOR
LOCATION MARKS
TREAD WEAR
INDICATOR
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Vehicle Front
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10.6 TYRE INSPECTION / 10.7 SPARE WHEEL / 10.8 CHANGING FLAT TYRE
While carrying out tyre rotation, check for
damaged tyres & wheels. Also get a check on
wheel alignment.
If any such damage is found, contact
nearest Authorised Service Centre
immediately.
10.8 CHANGING FLAT TYRE
Follow 6 simple steps given below to change
a flat tyre:
After every 30,000 kms vehicle usage, tyres
need rotation. Periodic rotation of tyres will
result in uniform tyre wear. It is however
essential to get wheel alignment checked.
10.7 SPARE WHEEL
All tyres in car are tubeless. Spare wheel
has been provided under hood. Get air
pressure of spare tyre every time other
tyres are checked. It should be inflated to
32 psi. For tyre repair, contact your nearest
Apollo tyre dealer. Alternatively, contact
Mahindra Reva Service center or
Customer Care.
Step 1: Park vehicle on firm, level and nonslippery ground away from traffic. Shift gear
lever to N (Neutral) mode. Engage parking
brake, turn on hazard warning lights and turn
off key switch. Have all passengers out of
vehicle prior to changing flat tyre.
After tyres have been rotated, get tyre pressures
adjusted to 32psi as indicated on door pillar.
10.6 TYRE INSPECTION
Hazards
Objects on the road, such as potholes, pieces of
glass, metal, rocks, wood, debris, etc. can
damage a tyre. These should be safely avoided
at all possible times. Unavoidable contact with
such objects should immediately be followed by
a tyre inspection. Always look for bulges, cracks,
cuts and abnormal tyre wear, especially on edge
of tyre tread, which might be caused by a wrong
alignment or under-inflation.
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N
F
B
Spare wheel
R
N
F
B
(2)
(1)
OFF
START
STOP
(3)
(4)
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10.8 CHANGING A FLAT TYRE
B
Tool kit is in rear seat back pouch as shown
above and jack is provided at front under
hood. Remove wheel spanner from tool kit
and provide stopper to wheel parallel to flat
tyre before Jacking up vehicle for changing
wheel.
A
Step 2: Open hood (bonnet). Remove jack
by unscrewing mounting nut.
Remove spare tyre by unstrapping
mounting belt.
Step 3: If required remove hubcap by holding cap
on top and tapping it gently. Loosen fourwheel nuts, ½ turn with wheel spanner.
Locate jack point nearest to flat tyre you
need to change.
CAUTION
Car can roll off jack and seriously injuring
anyone underneath. Follow directions for
changing a tyre exactly and never get
under vehicle when only jack supports it.
Jack
Jack points
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10.8 CHANGING A FLAT TYRE
Adjust jack for correct position and fit it back
to its location using mounting nut. And fix
tool kit in its place behind rear seat. Re-fix
hubcap by placing it in its original position
and tapping it gently at center. Now vehicle is
ready to drive.
Step 4: Place jack under jack point. Turn end
bracket clockwise until top of jack
contacts jack point. Make sure jack
point tab is resting in jack notch. Use
jack rod to raise vehicle until flat tyre is
just off ground. Remove wheel nuts and
flat tyre. Temporarily place flat tyre on
the ground with outside surface of
wheel facing up. You could scratch
wheel if you put it face down.
Step 5: Before mounting spare tyre, wipe
any dirt off mounting surface of
wheel and hub with a clean cloth.
Wipe hub carefully, it may be hot
from driving. Fix spare tyre, put
wheel nuts back on finger-tight,
then tighten them in a crisscross
pattern with wheel spanner until
wheel is firm against hub.
Step 6: Lower car to ground and remove
jack. Tighten wheel nuts securely
in same criss-cross pattern to
recommended torque (70nm).
Place flat tyre back in its position
and strap tightly.
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11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
Accessories - Do’s and Don’ts...............................
Parking - Do’s and Don’ts......................................
Maintenance- Do’s and Don’ts..............................
Charging- Do’s and Don’ts.....................................
Servicing-Do’s and Don’ts......................................
Driving-Do’s and Don’ts.........................................
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DO’S AND DON’TS
11.1 ACCESSORIES /11.2 PARKING / 11.3 MAINTENANCE
11.1 ACCESSORIES - DO'S & DON'TS
DO’S
,
Only recommended accessories should be installed through
Authorised Service Centre.
DON’TS
,
The customers should not install any electrical accessories.
Unauthorised addition of electrical accessories can damage your
vehicle and manufacturer warranty will become null and void.
11.2 PARKING - DO'S & DON'TS
DO’S
,
Always engage parking brake while parking your car.
DON’TS
,
Never leave the car without applying parking brake when parked.
11.3 MAINTENANCE - DO'S & DON'TS
DO’S
DON’TS
,
,
Do not spray water inside your car as water can get inside
Use a damp cloth or a soft brush to clean interiors of your car.
,
electronic/electrical components.
Always keep your vehicle washed regularly to keep it to look new
for a long time.
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11.4 CHARGING - DO'S & DON'TS / 11.5 SERVICE - DO’S & DON’TS
11.4 CHARGING - DO'S & DON'TS
DO’S
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Inspect your charging cable periodically for any damage like cracks, cuts,
exposed wire, etc. Replace if required.
,
When charging process is over, first switch off power supply. Then
remove charging cable from external Power Source and on-board charge
port, in order. Roll up and store charging cable in its compartment behind
rear seat.
,
Make sure that children are kept away from power source & on-board
charge port during charging process.
,
When your car is not in use, keep it on charge.
,
Allow battery Pack to charge completely whenever possible.
,
Ensure proper earthing, over voltage protection, earth line
circuit breaker has been provided to charging point.
DON’TS
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Do not charge your car if external Power Source and / or onboard charge port are exposed to rain or water.
,
Do not carry out charging procedure with wet hands.
,
Do not allow children or People having implanted medical
electric devices near car while carrying out charging process.
11.5 SERVICE - DO'S & DON'TS
DO’S
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Get your car serviced at specified intervals as per recommended
maintenance schedule in user manuals.
,
Check Brake Fluid Level at least once a month. Have it topped up if low
brake fluid light starts flashing.
,
Car should be disconnected from power source before getting any
services being carried out.
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Do's & don'ts
DON’TS
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Do not charge car while washing or cleaning.
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Do not use / spray water inside vehicle while washing /
cleaning.
11.6 DRIVING - DO'S & DON'TS
DO’S
DON’TS
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Always ensure right charge for right distance. Check SOC level on ,
Do not undertake drive when SOC level is very low. Driving at this
gauge before commencing a journey.
stage might reduce life of battery pack.
,
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Always wear seat belt while driving.
Avoid sudden acceleration and hard turns. This will
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Adhere to maximum payload is 300 kg for better acceleration, driving
consume more energy and thereby affecting driving range.
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range and comfort.
Do not use accelerator pedal to hold car on an incline.
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As far as possible, drive in Forward [F] mode. This will optimize your
driving range. Accelerate moderately always.
,
While driving during night, switch off head lights while idle at a traffic
signal. This will help in conservation of energy & optimize driving
range.
,
Always maintain recommended tyre pressure for optimizing driving
range, comfort and increased tyre life.
NOTE
Your vehicle needs special attention in below situations: Please contact your dealer service person for support.
• Charge Light stays on even after charge cable is removed or it does not come on when car is put on charge.
• EV warning light stays on in drive. (This can be due to temporary faults, check message on cluster & drive carefully).
• Service Light stays on in drive.
• IP cluster Light stays on after start up switch is turned off.
• Temperature Light solid after start up switch is turned on.
• Parking Light & Low brake fluid light stays on after parking brake is disengaged and there is adequate brake fluid.
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12.1 Lights..................................................................... 89
12.2 Turn lights............................................................. 90
12.3 Interior Light......................................................... 90
12.4 Brakes................................................................... 90
12.5 Tyres...................................................................... 90
12.6 Windscreen Washer.............................................. 91
12.7 Wiper blade.......................................................... 91
12.8 Maintenance Schedule.......................................... 92
12.9 Fuse box................................................................ 94
12.10 Interior.................................................................. 96
12.11 Storing of car......................................................... 96
12.12 Exterior.................................................................. 97
12.13 End of life- disposal............................................... 97
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Appearance and care
12.1 LIGHTS
12.1 LIGHTS
Check operation of your car exterior lights at least
once a week. A burned out bulb creates an unsafe
drive condition by reducing your vehicle’s
visibility and ability to signal indications to other
road users.
Following check list will help:
1. Headlights (low and high beam)
2. Parking lights
3. Turn signals
4. Reverse lights
5. Number Plate light
6. Brake lights
7. All indicator / IP warning lights
8. High mount stop lamp
If you find any bulbs have fused, have them
replaced.
NOTE
Rear Brake light, High mount stop lamp & IP
cluster lights are part of assembly and for
replacement assembly needs to be replaced.
REPLACEMENT OF BULBS
• Headlight:
1. Open bonnet and engage support rod.
2. Disconnect wiring harness
connector from rear of bulb.
3. Pull rubber cap out.
4. Release bulb retaining spring and
remove bulb.
5. Replace bulb with a new one.
6. Install in reverse order of removal.
When installing new bulb, ensure that
lugs on bulb holder engage correctly in
recesses of housing.
7. Install rubber cap correctly in place.
8. Connect connector to rear of bulb.
CAUTION
Greasy hands/fingers will cause stains,
resulting in dull and inefficient light. Do not
touch bulbs with bare hands. Clean with a
non fluffy cloth using spirit.
NOTE
! Inside of head light lens may get clouded
immediately after washing your car. This
moisture condensation inside head light
lens will disappear gradually as it gets
warmed up by head light. In this event do
switch on headlight for sometime after
car is washed.
! Initial inclination details of head lamp lobeam is -1% and load is 55 watts &
corresponding HLLD switch positions.
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12.2 TURN LIGHTS / 12.3 INTERNAL LIGHT /12.4 BRAKES / 12.5 TYRES
12.2 TURN LIGHTS
Front & side Turn Signal Lights
12.3 INTERIOR LIGHT
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Max
1. Open front hood and fix the stay rod to
mounting groove.
2. Rotate bulb holder for front indicator &
side indicator, pull bulb holder along with
rubber grommet from its seat in head light
assembly.
3. Rotate bulb anticlockwise from its holder
and remove it.
4. Replace bulb with a new one.
5. Install in reverse order of removal.
1. Use small Phillip screw driver and Pull
down at groove on front part of lens to
remove lens cover.
2. To remove bulb, pull it out gently.
3. While replacing bulb, make sure that
contact springs are holding bulb
properly.
4. To install cover, hook its rear end in and
push it up till it locks with click noise.
Rear Turn Signal and Reverse Indicator
Lights
12.4 BRAKES
12.5 TYRES
Check brake fluid level in reservoir located
under hood once in 2 weeks. Fluid level
should be between “MIN” and “MAX”
marks on side of reservoir. If level is below
“MIN” mark, your brake fluid needs
topping up. To fill reservoir, press cap and
turn it anticlockwise to open, fill reservoir
with DOT-3 brake fluid up to “MAX” level
and close cap.
For safe driving, tyres must be in good condition
with adequate tread and correctly inflated.
Inflation:
Keeping tyres properly inflated provides best
combination of handling, tread life and riding
comfort. Under inflated tyres, wear unevenly,
adversely affect handling & are more likely to fail
due to overheating. Over inflated tyres can make
your ride bumpy /harder. They are more prone
to damage from road hazards and wear
unevenly.
1. Open rear hatch.
2. Remove 2 fixing screws on ‘Rear lamp
assembly’ and pull it from mounted slot.
3. Rotate bulb holder anticlockwise to
remove from assembly.
4. Hold bulb, rotate anticlockwise and
remove it from holder.
5. Replace bulb with a new one.
6. Install in reverse order of removal.
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Master cylinder
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If frequent drop in fluid level is noticed, have car
brake system inspected for any leaks or worn
brake pads.
12.6 WINDSHIELD WASHER / 12.7 WIPER BLADES
We recommend that you visually check your
tyres every week and maintain correct tyre
pressure as recommended in Section on TYRES.
In addition to proper inflation, get wheel
alignment done at intervals that helps to
decrease tyre wear. If you observe tyre is getting
worn unevenly, contact Authorised Service
Centre for wheel alignment.
12.6 WINDSCREEN WASHER
12.7 WIPER BLADE REPLACEMENT
Windscreen Washer fluid tank is located
under hood on left-hand side corner.
Check washer fluid in tank at least once a
month. Top up fluid when necessary.
Absence of washer fluid can damage your
washer motor. It is advisable to always
keep washer fluid topped-up.
Contamination by dust on either windscreen
or wiper blade with foreign matter can
reduce effectiveness of windscreen wiper. If
blades are not wiping properly, its could be
time to replace them. To replace wiper blade,
press retaining clip and pull the blade off
arm. Push new wiper blade into arm and
hear clicking noise for positive locking of new
blade.
WARNING
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Use “anti-freeze” solution in windscreen
washer reservoir. This will help liquid in
Washer unit not be frozen during very
low temperatures.
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CAUTION
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Wiper washer
Tank
Damage may result if washer motor is
operated whilst fluid is frozen or with no
fluid in washer reservoir, or in case
nozzle is blocked.
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12.8 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Service at the interval listed x
10,000 kms or number of months,
whichever is earlier
x 10000 kms
Months
2
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4
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SUSPENSION
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DOORS
Both doors opening / closing & door
mounting bolts tightness
I
STEERING
Steering wheel play / loose
Tie-rod end ball joints (play / loose)
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BRAKES
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Front suspension bolts torque
Rear suspension bolts torque
A-arm bush
A-arm ball joints (play/loose)
Anti roll bar bush
Anti roll bar ball joints (play/loose)
Trailing arm bushes
Pan hard rod bushes
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Brake fluid level & change
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Brake pipes & hoses
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Parking brake
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Front brake pads / caliper
R
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Rear brake shoes
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R = Replace, I = Inspect & Correct, D= Download, C = Clean NOTE: Inspect or Clean can lead to REPLACE, based on condition of part.
NOTE
Scheduled services - first at 10000kms (or 12month)* & second at 20000kms (or 24 months)* and third at
30000 kms (or 36 months)* are mandatory. Failure in getting them performed on vehicle results in car
warranty getting null & void. *Which ever is earlier
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12.8 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Service at the interval listed x 10,000
kms or number of months, whichever
is earlier
x 10000 kms
months
1
12
Transmission oil
Air filter (fresh air inlet)
C
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2
36
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TRANSMISSION
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HVAC
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ELECTRICAL
All lights, Horns, Wipers & washers
Key fob function
Head light aiming switch function
Door mirror adjustment switch function
Power windows- Up / Down
Gear lever function (All modes)
Brake pot settings
Accelerator pot settings
Tub Electronics- hardware tightness / Torque
Power Pack Capacity (Remotely)
Auxiliary battery 12V
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Tyre pressure
Tyre rotation
Wheel alignment
Wheel nuts torque
Under body nuts & bolts tightness
Road test
Service reminder indicator & message (reset)
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12.9 FUSE BOX
12.9 FUSE BOX
Components in car are protected from short
circuits by fuses. Fuse box containing various
fuses with their ratings for different
operations is located below hood. It also has
relays for other functions.
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
RELAY CN 168
IGNITION-1
RELAY CN 169
IGNITION-2
F13
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
F19
F20
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F26
F27
F28
F29
F30
FUSE BOX
If any of car functions are not working
satisfactorily or has stopped working, it
could be due to a blown fuse or short circuit.
Replace fuse & get short circuit rectified at
authorised service center.
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RELAY CN 192 RELAY CN 185
IGN- LATCH
PARK LAMP
RELAY CN 183 RELAY CN 188
LOW BEAM
FOG LAMP
RELAY CN 199
WIPER
DUMMY
RELAY CN 184 RELAY CN 186
CABIN
BLOWER
HEATER
RELAY CN 182 RELAY CN 187
HI BEAM
CONDENSOR
RELAY CN 166
KEY RELAY
DRIVER
DUMMY
CAUTION
Always use fuses of correct rating. Do not use wire or aluminum for a fused circuit.
Remember to replenish fuse box with spare fuses that can be purchased from Authorised
Service Centre.
12.9 FUSE BOX
FUSE NO RATING (A)
F1
15
F2
3A
F3
3A
F4
7.5A
F5
15A
F6
15A
F7
15A
F8
5A
F9
3A
F10
---------F11
10A
F12
15A
F13
30A
F14
20A
F15
15A
F16
7.5A
F17
3A
F18
3A
F19
15A
F20
7.5A
F21
3A
F22,F23 & F24 --F25
3A
F26
7.5A
F27
3A
F28
3A
F29
3A
F30
10A
CIRCUIT PROTECTED
Head lamp low beam LH & RH
Relay H/L low & high beam, position lamp
Brake lamp & high mount stop lamp
Horn
LH & RH door lock, Rear hatch-release
Front wiper
Head lamp high beam LH & RH
Position, roof, License lamps & back illumination
Remote relay blower, remote & heater relay
Empty
Remote & Condenser fan, BLDC controller fan
Blower & speed regulator module
Power window motor LH & RH
Electric vacuum pump (EVP)
Rear hatch defroster
Front fog lamp
Relay -key ON/OFF (Ignition)
OVRM, H/L adjuster LH & RH, switch
Side indicators & Hazard
Infotainment system
HVAC control module & IP cluster
Empty
Ignition I/P to BCM & IEMS
Aux 12V socket
Ignition I/P to KSI SSR
Wiper & washer
IGN I/P to HVAC, infotainment & OBD
Switch supply to PRNDL, reverse lamp,camera & Motor fan
RELAY NO
Cn166
CN168
CN169
CN182
CN183
CN184
CN185
CN186
CN187
CN188
CN192
CN199
OK
BLOWN
RELAY NAME
Key relay driver
Key relay 1
Key relay 2
Head light low beam
Head light High beam
Air condition-Heater
Park lamp
Blower remote operation
Condenser Fan
Front fog lamp
Key switch
Wiper
SPARE FUSES
FUSE PULLER
FUSE REPLACEMENT:
Open fuse box, identify amperage and
location by referring fuse list on fuse cover.
Check fuse, if blown use fuse puller to replace
with spare fuse provided on inside of fuse
box cover after rectification of problem.
Replenish fuse & refit fuse box cover.
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12.10 INTERIOR / 12.11 STORING OF CAR
12.10 INTERIOR
i. Carpets
To remove dirt, vacuum carpets frequently.
Always keep the carpets as dry as possible.
ii. Fabric
Vacuum dirt or dust out of upholstery fabric
frequently. To clean stubborn stains, use a
commercially available fabric cleaner. To
make sure it does not bleach or stain the
fabric, test it on a hidden area of the fabric.
Make sure solution does not penetrate into
foam beneath the fabric. Covering seat
headrest with a cover will ensure that
upholstery is maintained.
iii. Windows & glass
Clean inside & outside window surface with
soap, water or a commercially available glass
cleaner. This will remove haze that builds up
on inside of windows. Use a soft cloth or
paper towels to clean all glasses and clean
interior plastic surfaces.
iv. Seat Belts
If vehicle seat belts get dirty, do use a soft
brush with a mixture of mild soap &
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warm water to clean them. Do not use
bleach, dye, or solvents as they can
weaken belt material. Let the belts air-dry
before vehicle use.
Dirt builds up in loops of seat belt anchors
and can cause belts to retract slowly. Wipe
insides of loops with a clean cloth
dampened in mild soap and warm water.
CAUTION
! Do not use or spray water in interior
of car. Doing so can result in
damage(s) to various
electronics
components. It is advised to vacuum
clean inside when required.
! Do not use strong house hold soap &
chemical for cleaning.
! Avoid washing under direct sun light,
doing so, surface may become water
spotted.
12.11 STORING YOUR CAR
In event of not using your car for an extended
period for e.g. a week or so:
• Ensure it is kept on charge while you are away.
The computer-controlled on-board charger
will keep Power Pack charged as and when a
discharge takes place when plugged in with
mains ON.
• If vehicle is to be stored for longer period,
enable ‘Vacation mode’, plug in car and it
should ideally be supported on jack stands /
blocks, so that tyres are off the ground.
• Support wiper blade arms with a folded towel
or paper tag so that they do not touch
windshield.
NOTE:
Carefull while purchasing the ‘air freshners’
as some of them can damage your vehicle
interiors.
APPEARANCE CARE
Regular cleaning and polishing of car helps in
keep it looking new. Here are some tips on
preserving its appearance.
12.12 EXTERIOR / 12.13 END OF LIFE - DISPOSAL
12.12 EXTERIOR
i. Washing:
• Dirt or grit can scratch body panel, while tree
sap & bird droppings can ruin the finish
permanently.
• Use antistatic brush provided in car for cleaning
car roof panel.
• Rinse vehicle thoroughly with cold water to
remove loose dirt.
• Mix mild detergent specially made for car, wash
with cold water.
• Wash car using sponge or soft cloth. Start from
top to bottom & rinse frequently.
• Check car body for tree sap and other foreign
particles. Clean it soon as possible to prevent
any stain marks on panel and harms finish.
• After washing, dry it with chamois or
a soft
towel.
• Use glass cleaner to clean vehicle glass.
ii. Wheels and wheel covers:
• Remove wheel covers carefully, wash & keep
on a soft surface so they do not get scratched.
• Use a mild detergent and soft brush to clean
wheels.
• Wash wheels & wheel caps with water.
CAUTION
! Do not use glass or plastic cleaner on
gauges / meter display lense covers
that may damage them & reduce
visibility.
! Never use benzene, thinner to clean
any part of vehicle.
CAUTION
Vehicle owners should contact local
distributor, MREVPL for disposal of used
vehicle parts / materials after it’s end of
life.
Local distributor, MREVPL would guide
to engage necessary local accredited
agencies for disposal by abiding to local
laws & pollution control board
regulations.
12.13 END OF LIFE - DISPOSAL
As this is an electric vehicle, and many
electric & electronic parts are used in its
system. Part composition is given in next
column that can be recycled and after the
end of life of car & it has to be disposed
without causing pollution to environment.
COMPOSITION
Vehicle is made from steel, ABS panels,
Aluminum, Lead, Copper, wood, other
plastics, glass, rubber & misc. These are
reusable by recycling & also some are
hazardous to environment and living beings
hence to be disposed as per local pollution
board regulations.
DISPOSAL:
• As batteries are made of lithium & iron
phosphate with solvents as electrolyte
which are harmful, make impact on
environment are to be disposed as per local
pollution board regulations.
• Similarly ABS & other plastic panels,
materials used are to be disposed to
accredited agencies for recycling.
• Most of other materials are reusable, hence
components are to be segregated as per
their composition as hazardous and non
hazardous, disposed to accredited
recycling agencies.
Hence it is advised to contact authorized
service center or MREVPL for parts or vehicle
disposal.
Appearance & care
97
13.1 Emergency safety................................................. 99
13.2 Battery.................................................................. 99
13.3 Recovery and Towing of Car................................. 100
13.4 Emergency exit..................................................... 101
13.5 Safety features..................................................... 101
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98
EMERGENCY AND USER INFO
Emergency and User info
13.1 EMERGENCY SAFETY / 13.2 BATTERY
13.1 EMERGENCY SAFETY:
TURNING OFF POWER SWITCH
13.2 BATTERY
48V SAFETY MEASURES
Press key switch once to turn off the
system. This is indicated by status LED
turning off.
Vehicle battery is of Li-ion type and has some
solvents as electrolyte. Any event of fire or
high impact accident damaging battery, user
is advised to walk away from the vehicle and
notify appropriate responder and appraise
fact that vehicle is an EV with 48V DC system.
Battery electrolyte is colour less and has
sweet odor, in event of coming in contact may
irritate skin & eyes. Use excess water to rinse
area of contact and see a doctor immediately.
This is highly flammable and for small fire,
ABC type fire extinguisher to be used for
dozing it. Since battery modules are sealed
and small in size, electrolyte will not leak in
large quantity.
The below safety measures are set with 48V
system.
1. 48V positive(+) and negative(-) are insulated
from vehicle chassis.
2. 48V components are labelled and harnesses
are orange colour coded for easy identification
to isolate / help, protect occupants &
emergency responders from any electric
shock.
IDENTIFYING 48V SYSTEM IS ON:
1. If key switch LED is illuminated green then 48V
system is active.
2. If charge indicator on cluster is blinking then
48V system and also 230V AC supply is active.
3. If HVAC is operating then 48V system is active.
START
STOP
START
STOP
OFF
CAUTION
In event of road accident:
! Check if vehicle is drivable, if so drive
off to road side, apply parking brake
& turn off key switch.
! Do a visual check for any damage to
bottom side of vehicle & inform
dealer service for support.
! In event of fire, appraise first
responder that this is an EV & should
use AB type extinguisher for dozing
fire.
! In event of rear collision, check extent
of damage to on board regular / fast
charging ports, contact dealer service
person for assistance.
! For accident body repair contact
service dealer.
JUMP STARTING
Vehicle system has an auxiliary battery and
should not be used to ‘jump start’ any of
battery in the system. Also do not use car to
jump start any other vehicles.
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13.3 RECOVERY & TOWING OF CAR
2. Wheel lift: Tow truck pivot arms go below tyres of front and lift
them off ground. While other two wheels are on ground.
3. Towing by cable: Break down vehicle is fixed with a tow hook
and using a towing cable, it is towed by another vehicle.
1. Flat bed Towing
Towing hook
2. Wheel lift type - From front
RECOMMENDED RECOVERY PROCEDURE
Tow hook mounting point
In emergency towing requirement for your vehicle it is advised to follow
above 2 types and 3rd type has to be adopted in the event of non
availability of ‘Recovery vehicle’. Normally break down vehicle can be
recovered by 3 types as below that are safe.
1. Flat bed : Break down vehicle is loaded on to back of recovery truck.
This is safest & best way of towing.
Note: Ensure that ‘Key Switch’ is off while recovering car by 2nd method
& towing of car.
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Towing by cable
13.4 EMERGENCY EXIT / 13.5 SAFETY FEATURES
3. Towing by cable
13.4 EMERGENCY EXIT
For a breakdown, push the car towards one side
of road. Take tow hook available in tool kit. Tow
hook mounting threaded holes are provided at
front LH side ends of chassis cross member near
bottom grill below number plate. Fix hook by
turning it in the hole in anticlockwise. Tie one end
of towing rope to tow hook eye of break down
vehicle and other to vehicle towing it. While
towing, key should be in off position, hand brake
released and towing speed limited to less than
20Kmph . This requires another person for
steering & handling break down vehicle.
To come out of car in emergency due to of
central door lock failure, use rear hatch
glass release on tail light trim panel by
removing grommet and pulling cable .
13.5 SAFETY FEATURES
CAUTION
! Always switch on hazard warning of both
vehicles to caution other users of road while
towing breakdown vehicle.
! Do not tow break down vehicle at more than
20 kmph speed.
! Always maintain a gap of 4 meters between
breakdown & towing vehicle.
! Always tow vehicle without jerks to avoid
snapping of towing eyelet.
Your car has many features that are unique,
very safe and reliable.
Steel Space Frame Chassis and Side
Impact Beams:
A specially developed steel frame chassis
with side impact beams cocoons
passengers in an inadvertent accident.
Special Crush Zone:
Frontal crush zone housing spare wheel,
reduces effect of impact in an event of
head-on collision.
Dent Proof Body Panels:
Most accidents in cities involve low speed
skirmishes often leaving owners with
expensive tinkering jobs. Our car’s body
panels are made of ABS which is a special
plastic.
Energy Absorbing Bumpers:
Energy absorbing bumpers in car, can
withstand low magnitude impact & reduce
external damage.
Additional Safety Features:
i. Car does not move unless charge cable is
unplugged from charge port.
ii. In case you have forgotten to engage
parking brake after turning off key switch
& door is opened, warning chime gets
activated.
iii. Depending on level of charge, your car is
designed to automatically switch to
“Economy mode” or “power save mode”
to reach near by location.
iv. Tyres used in car are tubeless, designed
for all weather conditions. They provide
best driving range with improved road
grip.
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14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
14.7
14.8
14.9
14.10
14.11
14.12
Vehicle identification number.............................. 103
General ................................................................ 104
Performance ........................................................ 104
Motor .................................................................. 104
Motor controller................................................... 104
Controls................................................................ 104
Battery pack......................................................... 105
Suspension type................................................... 105
Tyres..................................................................... 105
Electricals ............................................................ 105
Braking System .................................................... 106
Body Panels & Bumpers ...................................... 106
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
102 Technical Specifications
14.1 VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
LOCATION OF VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER PLATE
Vehicle identification plate is riveted on chassis
strut cross member and it is a 17 digit alpha
numeric number.
VIN Punch
LOCATION OF VIN punch & Chassis
number
VIN is also punched on right hand side of
chassis strut member & last 4 digits gives
the chassis number.
VIN Plate
LOCATION OF MOTOR NUMBER
Motor number is punched on body of motor.
Motor serial
number
Technical Specifications
103
14.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
14.2 GENERAL
Type
Seating Capacity
Overall Length
Overall Width
Overall Height
Wheelbase
Ground Clearance
Kerb Weight
Gross Vehicle
Weight Rating
Turning Radius
Steering Gear Box
Frame Type
2 Door hatch-back
Right Hand Drive
4 Adults(D+3)
3280 mm
1514 mm
1560 mm
1958 mm
180 mm
830 Kgs.
1130 Kgs.
3900 mm
Rack & Pinion
Welded Tubular Steel Space
Frame
14.3 PERFORMANCE
Estimated range
100 kms* in F mode under
normal driving conditions
Estimated top speed 81 kmph [Electronically Limited]
Maximum gradeability 9.9° / 17%
Estimated charge time 100% SOC in 5hours
* In F mode without using any accessories
14.4 MOTOR
THREE PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR
POWER
TORQUE
14.5 MOTOR CONTROLLER
Type
NOTE
A 20% drop will be noticed in
driving range if A/C or Heater &
Wiper is in use during drive.
104 Technical Specifications
25.5 HP (19KW)@3750 RPM
53 N-m @3500 RPM (±5%)
3 phase AC Motor Controller
with hill hold & restraint
14.6 CONTROLS
2 pedal operation (Brake and Accelerator)
4 operating modes (R,N,F,B)
The RNFB mode selection lever provides Reverse /
Neutral / Foward / Boost power modes of operation.
14.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
14.7 POWER PACK / AUX. BATTERY
14.9 TYRES
Battery type/ location Lithium Ion battery / packaged
under the front seats.
Tyre size (Front &
Rear)
Pack voltage
48V DC system
Tyre pressure (Laden) Front & Rear: 32psi
Capacity
200 AH
Aux. Battery
Front
Rear
155 / 70 R 13, Tubeless
12V, 7Ah
NOTE: The tyres fitted in the vehicle meet the
requirements of BIS and they would comply with the
requirements under the CMVR 1989, as mentioned
Notification SO 2953E
14.8 SUSPENSION TYPE
14.10 ELECTRICALS
MacPherson strut - Gas filled
Trailing arm with pan-hard rod
supported by gas filled shock
absorber with coil springs.
NOTE: Initial inclination details of heal lamp Lo-beam
is -1% and load is 55 watts & corresponding HLLD
switch positions.
car uses 12V D.C. for its lighting system.
Headlights- HI / LOW
55Watts-Halogen bulbs
Parking (front& rear)
5Watts
Front hood lamp
2Watts
Indicators (Front & Rear)
21Watts
Side indicators
5Watts
Brake light (stop)- LED
3Watts
Roof light
10Watts
Reverse light
16Watts
License plate light
5Watts
Charge port lamp
2Watts
Technical Specifications
105
14.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
14.11 BRAKING SYSTEM
Type
Hydraulic
Front: Disc
215 mm
Rear: Drum
180mm
Parking brake mechanically actuated on rear wheels.
Hydraulic brakes with vacuum booster assisted by electric
regenerative braking to optimize driving range.
Asbestos free brake liners.
14.12 BODY PANELS & BUMPERS
Body Panels
Bumpers
Dent resistant high Impact ABS.
Dent resistant high Impact ABS.
(Energy absorbing plastic
bumpers)
106 Technical Specifications
NOTE
In favour of product development,
specifications are subject to change at
any time without notice.
107
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108 Index
INDEX
INDEX
A
Anti theft light......................................
Accessories.........................................
Air flow vents.......................................
Air flow modes.....................................
Air recirculation mode..........................
D
41
46
50
50
51
Door open light...............................
DTE - indicator................................
Door locks......................................
Driving............................................
Drive -troubleshooting....................
Do’s and Don’ts..............................
14
45
50
51
90
99
E
B
Beverage holder..................................
Bottle holder........................................
Blower.................................................
Blower Demister..................................
Brakes.................................................
Battery.................................................
C
Charge Cable Compartment...............
Charge Duration..................................
Charging- high voltage lines................
Charging- troubleshooting...................
Charge point requirements.................
Charge light....... .................................
Climate controls...................................
Cooling................................................
Chime..................................................
Changing flat tyre................................
13
24
27
28
29
39
49
51
65
81
Electric vehicle system...................
EV warning light.............................
Efficiency indicator.........................
Eco setting......................................
Extending your drive range............
Exterior ..........................................
End of life- disposal........................
Emergency safety...........................
Emergency exit...............................
G
41
43
66
72
74
85
17
40
42
58
73
97
97
99
101
F
Fast charging..................................
Fuse Box.........................................
Fuses, replacement........................
25
94
95
Gear lever and drive modes...........
Glove box........................................
General checks...............................
44
45
69
H
Hood.................................................
Hatch-rear........................................
Head rest..........................................
Headlights........................................
Heater...............................................
Hazard warning................................
Horn.................................................
Head light focus switch....................
Hill Hold...........................................
12
13
34
38
52
66
67
67
73
I
Ideal time to charge..........................
Instrument cluster.............................
Infotainment system.........................
Interior..............................................
24
37
47
96
K
Key fobs and Keys...........................
Key fob operation.............................
Index
65
65
109
INDEX
L
R
Low brake fluid light.........................
Lights-replacement of bulbs............
Rear hatch glass............................
Rear seat access...........................
Rear defogger................................
Roof light........................................
REVive...........................................
39
89
M
Mode and set button........................
My car info.......................................
Mobile App.......................................
Mirrors.............................................
Maintenance Schedule....................
42
55
58
67
92
N
Normal charging..............................
22
O
Odometer.........................................
OVRM adjuster ...............................
41
67
P
Parking brake..................................
Parking brake Light..........................
110
Index
14
39
T
13
33
52
68
73
S
Seat adjustment.............................
Seat belts.......................................
Service light....................................
Seat belt light.................................
Speedo meter.................................
SOC and bar gauge.......................
Sun visor........................................
Starting...........................................
Spare wheel...................................
Storing of car..................................
Safety features...............................
32
33
40
41
41
42
68
71
81
96
101
Trickle charging.....................................
Turn signals...........................................
Temperature light...................................
Trip meter..............................................
TTC - indicator.......................................
Tyres......................................................
Tyre pressure.........................................
Tyre marking..........................................
Tyre rotation...........................................
Tyre inspection......................................
Towing of the car....................................
Technical specifications.........................
V
Voltage lines..........................................
Vehicle charging....................................
Vacation mode.......................................
Vehicle identification number.................
26
39
40
41
43
79
79
79
80
81
100
104
15
21
62
103
W
Wind screen wiper.................................
Wiper washer nozzle.............................
Wiper washer tank.................................
Wheel alignment and balancing............
Wiper blade replacement.......................
43
43
69
80
91
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Keep this book in the vehicle at all times contains important information on safety, operation and maintenance.