Mahindra has been testing the four-door version of its small electric hatchback, the Reva e2o, on Indian roads for quite some time now. All this while the perception was that the new avatar of the electric hatchback Reva e2o would be more like an elongated version of the two-door version and would not sport any changes.

However, the emerging reports tell us a different story. Mahindra is reportedly looking to give the Reva e2o a new look in line with the company's mainstream offerings. According to a report of AutoCar India, Reva e2o four-door version will boast a new design language. The publication has also shared a set of images of the new Reva e2o 4-door version, which was spied undergoing testing with new grille and tail lights.

Speaking of the changes, as we have known for some time, the car will get elongated rear end to accommodate two additional doors and will now get Mahindra's signature vertical grille at the front and LED tail lamps at the rear.

Mahindra Reva e2o is currently powered by an electric motor that is driven by 48-volt lithium-ion batteries, which can generate 19kW of power at 3,750rpm and 53.9Nm of torque at 0-3,000rpm. Manufactured at the company's Bangalore plant, Reva e2o has a top speed of 81kmph. According to the latest reports, the e2o 4-door version might also get a bigger battery.