Next-Generation Mahindra Thar interiors completely revealed!

The latest set of leaked spy images give us a detailed insight into the design layout of the cabin of the next-generation Mahindra Thar.

The next-generation iteration of the Mahindra Thar is going to launch in Idnia next year. The homegrown automaker has already commenced the testing of the same in India.

A new set of spy images gives us a clear idea of what changes this iconic 4×4 is going to get, From the outside, the Thar now appears considerably larger than before. It gets bigger wheels and hence, bigger wheel arches.

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The overall design though remains the same as before. That said, expect this SUV to come with a mature stance. The new set of spy images also give us a glimpse of this vehicle’s cabin design.

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At the first glance, you will feel as if there hasn’t been too much of a change. This is because the overall layout still remains the same i.e. quite functional. That said, majority of the changes are concentrated towards the driver’s side.

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The Thar is now going to get a much more modern steering wheel. It even comes with steering mounted audio controls. However, the vehicle in the images does not have an audio unit in the centre console.

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The layout of the instrument cluster is all-new as well. The dials are bigger in comparison to the current spec version. Gone are the two chrome rings as the entire housing sits in a single set-up. Not only this but in-between them sits a digital driver’s display as well.

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Apart from this, going by the images, the Mahindra Thar will remain the same as before, It will offer bench seating at the back with a canopy on top.

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Going by the recent media reports, the new iteration of this SUV is going to launch with a new 2.0-litre diesel engine. This oil-burner is going to produce a significant jump in power as compared to the current version. Transmission options will remain the same.

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