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Next-Gen Mahindra XUV500 spotted with undisguised headlamps

Mahindra XUV500 2021 spied testing with new boomerang LED headlamps following the new design philosophy of Mahindra


The Mahindra XUV500 is being undergoing in it’s final test ahead of launch, The SUV now has finally presented some of it’s key elements in the new spyshots.


The Leaked Spyshots flaunts completely new boomerang shaped headlamps with double strips of DRL’s, front profile also flaunts new redesigned bumper. The DRL’s also doubles-up as turn signals, headlamps now features black elements which significantly enhances the overall design and styling theme of the headlamp cluster.

The shoulder line is identical to the outgoing XUV500, the Glass area at the third row seats and the size of the ORVM’s has also been dramatically enlarged, the car also now features double-blade wipers instead of single blade (outgoing XUV500).

The new alloy wheels are also visible though they are being camouflaged, we expect them to be equipped with 18-inchers. It also has a panoramic Sunroof on offer, yes the most anticipated feature of this car has finally been thrown into XUV500. The XUV500 would be built on a completely new platform with same monocoque chassis set-up.

Overall the SUV looks much bigger and matured than the outgoing one which also indicates an increase in cabin space at the third-row seats and boot space as well which always remained a big concern for the XUV500.


The interior is expected to feature a dual digital displays which is going to be merged by the infotainment system and and instrument cluster similar to the Mercedes-Benz-Esque fashion.

Rumours also suggests some features like dual zone climate control, 8-way power adjustable seats, memory seats, ventilated seats, electric tailgate and ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) which if comes would make it the first car to have this feature in the segment yet the most affordable car in India to have this feature.


The the XUV500 2021 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 180 BHP of Power and a new 2.0L mStallion turbo-petrol similar to the thar but the power and torque figures are expected to be tuned higher for the New XUV500.