Mahindra S201 (Brezza rival), XUV 700, U321 and 2018 XUV 500 spied in a video

3 future Mahindra SUVS – S201 (Brezza rival), XUV 700, U321 and 2018 XUV 500 – all in one spy video!

Mahindra is planning to launch a slew of new products in 2018. Starting with all-new vehicles like S201, U321, XUV 700, Mahindra will also launch facelift of the models like XUV 500. In a new video posted by Official Gamerx, the upcoming XUV 700, U321, upcoming XUV 500 and S201 have been spied on Delhi-Jaipur highway revealing a lot of details.

First of all the XUV 700 has been spotted with heavy camouflage on the grille and the body. It has been spied for the first time ever on the Indian roads. The car gets headlamps with Mahindra Scorpio inspired LED DRLs on the top of the headlamps. Apart from that, there is dual exhaust in the rear and the tall tail lamps are visible. The overall design of the vehicle looks similar to the XUV 500 but only bigger. There may be much more under the cover.

Mahindra XUV 500 has been a very popular product in the D-Segment. Mahindra has been working to update the current flagship product and this will be the second facelift that it will receive since its launch. The car gets an all-new grille but the headlamps remain similar to the current version. We can see the S-shaped LED DRLs in the headlamp of SUV while overall shape remains same. It may receive new infotainment system. Mahindra is also expected to put a more powerful version of the 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine in the upcoming vehicle.

Mahindra is also testing the S201, short wheelbase version of the vehicle that will take on the likes of Vitara Brezza in the market. The car gets steel wheels and the unfinished tail lamp that suggests that the production version of the sub 4-meter SUV will still take some time.

The MPV U321 has also been spied among all the test vehicles of Mahindra. The U321 will be placed between the Innova Crysta and the Ertiga in the market. It is the first car that has been designed by Mahindra’s USA technical centre and will be launched in India later this year.

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