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Mahindra XUV700 spied with lit Instrument Cluster and Infotainment System

Mahindra XUV700 Infotainment Touchscreen

The Mahindra XUV700 has recently been confirmed for Indian Market as a successor of XUV500, slated to launch by October 2021. The Indian Automaker has also listed a seperate web-page for the XUV700 where one can register to get regular updates regarding the crossover.

In The Recent Spyshots, for the first time we get to see how the fully-digital instrument Cluster and infotainment system looks upon the illumination. Also, the same infotainment system was also being spotted in the Next-Gen Scorpio, However the one on the XUV700 appears to be more aesthetic and bigger. As one can notice, the passengers are having a cup of tea and playing a movie on the Infotainment system.

Also, The Infotainment system joins the Fully-digital instrument cluster in Typical mercedes-benz cockpit fashion. The Dials, instrumentation, fonts and colours certainly gives an indication that the SUV belongs to a segment above.


The XUV700 is expected to be loaded to the gills with features like fully-digital Driver’s display, ventilated front seats, connected car tech, Electronic parking brake, dual-zone A/C, powered-seats, hill-hold control, multiple drive modes, Panoramic sunroof and memory seats if not. The XUV700 is also expected to be equipped with either a 7-seater configuration or Captain-seats configuration.

Speaking about the highlighted features, the SUV will feature ADAS (Advanced Driver’s assistance system) which includes safety features like adaptive cruise controlautonomous parking assistemergency breaking assist and lane departure warning similar to what we have seen in the MG Gloster.

Engine and Transmission

The XUV700 will be powered by thoroughly new sets of powertrain. The basic trims are expected to be powered by an outgoing 2.2L diesel engines meanwhile the top trims are expected to be powered by a new 2.0L turbo-diesel engine belting out 185 BHP of Power and a new 2.0L turbo-petrol belting out 190 BHP of power.