The country’s top car makers Mahindra and Mahindra are preparing to add another new powerful SUV XUV700 to their car portfolio. Recently, the company listed this SEOV on its official website. Now news is coming that the company may launch this SUV next October.
A few days ago, the company released a video about its SUV manufacturing process, which is also listed on the official website. It describes how the company is building the new XUV700 after various new tests. In addition to these you can register your interest (interest in buying SUV) on this website.
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According to a report published in Autocar, the company may launch it in October. However, the company has not yet made an official announcement in this regard. The company has given the XUV700 a whole new style and look, but it will still remind you of the XUV500. It has unique LED daytime running lights with new C-shape headlights. In addition to these the newly designed bumpers and tailgates with new alloy wheels further enhance its look.
The new Mahindra XUV700 will supply companies with both petrol and diesel options. Its diesel version will use a 2.2-liter four-cylinder MHz engine that will produce about 185hp of power. On the other hand, in the petrol version, the company will use a 2.0-liter engine with a capacity of 190hp. It will have a 6-speed manual and automatic gearbox.
As for features, it can be given a dual screen layout infotainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple Car Play connectivity. Other features include automatic climate control, electronic parking brakes, heli hold, various driving modes and panoramic sunroof.
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The two companies will provide this SUV with these different seating arrangements. The 6-seater model of the offer will have a second-row (second row) captain seat and a second-row 7-seater model will have a bench seat. This SUV will be larger in size than the XUV500 to give you a better space inside the cabin. It is further learned that the company will also use Level-II Autonomous Driving Assist System (ADAS), which will be seen for the first time in this section.