The Mahindra XUV700 will be available in four vibrant colours and will make its debut next weekend

The Mahindra XUV700 SUV is set to make its worldwide premiere on August 15th, followed by a September 2021 launch. The crisp photos of the three-row SUV have just surfaced on the internet. While the leaked production model was painted in a brown hue, it has been reimagined in four other colour schemes (Blue, Black, Maroon and White). Several teaser videos of the forthcoming 7-seater SUV have been released in recent weeks, showing segment-first characteristics.

The XUV700 will include auto booster headlights, a panoramic Skyroof (larger than competitors), smart door handles, an in-car air purifier, customised safety alerts, and sleepiness detection, according to the teaser films. For the infotainment system, it will include the AdrenoX suite. On the dashboard, there will be a dual HD display layout with one on the right for the instrument cluster and one in the middle for infotainment. Voice commands will be available through Amazon Alexa in the AdrenoX user interface.

The Mahindra XUV700 will have three driving modes: Zip, Zap, and Zoom, according to the automaker. These modes will only be available on diesel models. There will also be a custom drive model available. The higher trims will come with a Sony audio system that includes several speakers and 3D sound. The speakers will be positioned on the roof, similar to the Thar. The Alexa voice command may also be used to operate the music system.

The new 2.0L turbo mStallion petrol and 2.2L turbo mHawk diesel engines will provide power to the forthcoming Mahindra XUV700. The gasoline engine will produce about 200bhp, while the oil burner will provide 185bhp. Aisin will provide buyers with two transmission options: a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed torque convertor automatic.

In the following days, further information about the new Mahindra 7-seater SUV will be released. Keep an eye on IndiaCarNews.

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