Exclusive Rendering – Mahindra’s world car

Posted on Sep 3 2009 - 10:12am by Shrawan Raja
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Whatever Mahindra’s world car proclaims itself to be, it is going to be a fantastic product full of features and technology. The latest offering – Xylo – has all the features in the world – items like the DDAS, foldable-bed-seats were very handy during our test drive.

Climate control, a LCD display, cruise control and a pile of other gadgets and gizmos are anticipated on Mahindra’s world car scheduled for 2011. The world car is also Mahindra’s first monocoque frame vehicle. Till now, Mahindra relied on the old school body-on-frame construction which has plenty of drawbacks.

Our photoshop wizard SRK, has brought out Mahindra’s world car with sketches of the Xylo, Bolero and Scorpio in his drawer. This car will be Mahindra’s biggest SUV and an effective vehicle to explore the West. It is safe to expect petrol engines and possibly a Scorpio hybrid-inspired hybrid powertrain apart from the regular CRDI powerplant.

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  1. dash September 28, 2009 at - Reply

    If this is true its sure to push Toyota ,suzuki’s to go bankrupt, as Toyota factory at Bangalore running only one shift after xylo hit the market, with Innova’s are not doing well due to very high maintanence cost and city handling problems faced in all Innova’s.

  2. Neil Coutinho September 7, 2009 at - Reply

    So is this rendering based on just plain guess-work or is it based on some inside info on the product?

    • Jaz September 8, 2009 at - Reply

      @Neil – we got some inputs from insiders, based on the spy shots and current Mahindra DNA..

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