Mahindra, a homegrown utility vehicle maker, is all set to launch the BS6 Bolero, Scorpio and XUV500 models. It will also be in the country in 2021, introducing the XUV500 next-generation and Scorpio next-generation. The Mahindra XUV500 Next-Gen Review has already begun.

The current model, which is about to be upgraded to BSVI in advance of April 1, is expected earlier that Mahindra, home-grown SUV specialist, will bring a number of new models to the Auto Expo 2020, while the company is currently planning the next Mahindra XUV500 for launch in 2021. The latest versions of the XUV500, Scorpio and Thar were among the models that were eagerly awaited to be the biggest engine display in the world. Naturally, not even one was brought to exhibition and only later this year will Thar and Scorpio be launched. However, in its latest incarnation in 2021 the XUV500 is to be unveiled.

When you go through the spy images, you expect to see prominent plugs of the next-gen Mahindra XUV500 on the side profile, XUV300 including LED projection headlamps, and slimmer grille, like LED DRLs and LED tail-light. The next-generation XUV500 offers a range of comfortable and convenient features inside the cabin. Mahindra is expected to concentrate primarily on digitalization.

Mahindra XUV500 2021 is expected to feature an all new digital console and a wide 10.25-inch touchscreen input system similar to Korando. The next XUV500 will be fitted with Internet and connected car technology similar to the MG Hector.

The business is to introduce a BSVI version of the current SUV in advance of the launch of the second-generation model, codenamed W601. Also, it should be said here that the carmaker gave us some ideas about the next-generation SUVs by previewing on the engine display the Funster model.

The very unusual open-top EV sports car concept would probably give the new SUV some design features. Upon the basis of these elements, a new version recently appearing online, shows us the feel of the current edition. The 2020 Mahindra XUV500 is a familiar look, as can be seen in the introduction, but it also has enough to help one discern easily between the older models and the new one.

By Noni Nchwe