Mahindra XUV900 Will Be The Brand`s First SUV Coupe

Mahindra XUV900 SUV Coupe

Mahindra’s entire product range will be revamped, with existing products being updated as well as new models being added. With the introduction of the new-generation Mahindra Thar, the company has begun its transformation journey. For Mahindra, it has been a big success story.

Mahindra is set to introduce a new coupe SUV in India, according to reports from Autocar India. The XUV900 nameplate has been reserved for the forthcoming coupe SUV among the four new names registered under the brand’s XUV line-up. By 2024, the Mahindra XUV900 is expected to be available in showrooms.

The Mahindra Aero model, which debuted at the 2016 Auto Expo, was the company’s first attempt at a coupe SUV. The Mahindra Aero drew design inspiration from the XUV500 at the time.

The upcoming coupe SUV, on the other hand, is expected to take design cues from its elder brother, the upcoming XUV700. The XUV900 will be distinguished by its sloping roofline, which will give the SUV a sporty appearance.

All-around LED lighting, a panoramic sunroof, multiple-zone climate control, steering-mounted controls, and power-operated seats with ventilation are among the features expected on the XUV900. It can also include Level 1 ADAS autonomous technology, which includes automatic parking, lane-change assist, and other features.

The XUV900’s engine options are likely to be lifted from the forthcoming XUV700. The XUV700 is expected to come with more powerful versions of the Mahindra Thar’s 2.2-litre mHawk diesel and 2.0-liter T-GDi turbo-petrol engines. Both engines will be available with a 6-speed manual or 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission, as well as a four-wheel-drive system as an option.

The XUV900’s features, equipment, and powertrain options are expected to be borrowed from the upcoming XUV700, just like the concept. It will have a 5-seater configuration on the inside, as well as a wide boot. The XUV900 is expected to come with a plethora of features.

The digital instrument cluster and the touchscreen infotainment device are smoothly integrated by a large slab of glass. Expect a high degree of customization from the instrument cluster. Similarly, the touchscreen infotainment unit is set to be vastly enhanced, with a new UI/UX. Wireless mobile connectivity, such as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, will also be supported.

[Source – Autocar India]

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