Mahindra & Mahindra, the country’s leading automaker, is set to add another new powerful SUV, the SUV 700, to its vehicle portfolio. Recently, the company listed this SUV on its official website. There are rumors that the company may launch the SUV in October.
A few days ago, the company released a video about the production process of its SUV, which is also listed on the official website. It describes how the company is building its new XUV700 after several different experiments. You can also register your interest (interest in buying an SUV) on this website.
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According to a report published in Autocar, the company may launch it in the market in October. However, the company has not made any official announcement yet. The company has given the XUV700 a completely new style and look, but despite that it reminds you a bit of the XUV500. It features unique LED daytime running lights with new C-shaped headlights. In addition, the redesigned bumpers and tailgates with new alloy wheels make the look even better.
The new Mahindra XUV 700 will be offered with petrol and diesel engine options. Its diesel version uses a 2.2-liter four-cylinder mHawk engine that produces about 185hp of power. On the other hand, in the petrol version, the company uses a 2.0-liter engine capable of 190 hp. It features a 6-speed manual and an automatic gearbox.
As far as features are concerned, it offers a dual screen layout and infotainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple Car Play connectivity. Automatic climate control, electronic parking brake, hill hold, different driving modes and panoramic sunroof are other features.
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The company will be offering this SUV with two different seating designs. Its 6-seater model features a second-row (second row) captain seat and a 7-seat second row bench seat. In size, this SUV is larger than the XUV 500, giving it a good amount of space inside the cabin. It is reported that the company also uses the Level-2 Autonomous Driving Assist System (ADAS), which is the first in this segment.