Mahindra XUV700-like XUV300 Facelift Is Exactly What The Doctor Has Ordered

In the realm of digital renderings, one comes across various unique themes backed by innovative ideas. Here is one such example.

This Mahindra XUV700-inspired iteration of the XUV300 facelift is something that a lot of people would love. Judging by the appeal of the XUV700, replicating this idea on the XUV300 facelift might not be such a bad idea. The XUV300 was supposed to launch with a new turbo petrol engine with direct injection technology that has been developed in house in the facelifted version. However, the semiconductor supply shortage has delayed all the plans. Until the real variant gets introduced, we could gaze our eyes upon this digital version.

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Mahindra XU700-Inspired XUV300 Facelift

Mahindra XU700-Inspired XUV300 Facelift

There are quite a few subtle changes integrated into this unique edition. To start with, the distinctive C-shaped LED DRLs are neatly wrapped around the LED headlamps, the vertical slats are a bit shorter in height compared to the ones on XUV700, the new Mahindra logo sits aptly at the centre, a broad grille is placed in front of the radiator, a skid plate is installed underneath the bumper to lend it a sporty stance, there are also prominent fog lamps to complete the look. The bonnet is a bit sculpted as well to make the SUV look beefier. Let us know how do you like this unique Mahindra XUV700-inspired version of the upcoming XUV300 facelift and also if you would want a different design.

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Specs

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The facelifted XUV300 will most like come with the new 1.2-litre turbocharged direct-injection mStallion engine that will output 130 hp and 230 Nm and the same 1.5-litre diesel unit that produces 115 hp and 300 Nm of peak power and torque. There will most likely be the 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox with both these variants. The prices of the current model range between Rs 7.95 lakh and Rs 13.46 lakh, ex-showroom. The facelifted model could see a slight increase in these prices. However, Mahindra has to ensure that they are not too high because the competitors are priced around the same and even lower than the XUV300 at the moment. The launch of the updated XUV300 will take place quite soon in 2022.

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