Spied – Mahindra S101’s interior partially revealed

Posted on: Jul 13, 2013 - 1:32pm IST

The Mahindra S101 has entered its initial testing phase and we have already brought you few spyshots.

Bonnet of the Mahindra S101 spied

Motor Vikatan has once again managed to catch the test mule and this time the spyshots reveal the dashboard partially but don’t get excited for it’s fully disguised, just like the exterior.

Except the instrument cluster, everything else is hidden under a thick disguise. As far as we can see there are three dials in the instrument console with the centre one being prominent. The design is simple and conventional but it’s unclear whether these instruments sport a finalized design or a makeshift design for testing.

Interior of the Mahindra S101 partially revealed

Coming to the exterior, the S101 still continues with incomplete body parts to keep us guessing. However, the recent test mules get front bumpers, earlier missing in the first prototypes.

Check out our exhaustive coverage on the Mahindra S101

The compact SUV gets a slit like front grill which mimics that of the Ford EcoSport. If the test mule is anything to go by, the lower air dam sports a twin port design. The headlamp design has a semicircular profile in its lower part but again we are not sure whether its a decoy or the original design.

Front three quarter of the Mahindra S101 spied

The Mahindra S101 will be a sub four metre SUV which would have petrol and diesel motors that comply with the Indian government’s sub four metre rule. The car is still in early stages of its development process and hence is still sometime away from hitting the road.

The SUV will pickup a fight with the Ford EcoSport and the upcoming Hyundai mini SUV.

[Source: Motor Vikatan’s Facebook Page]

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7 thoughts on “Spied – Mahindra S101’s interior partially revealed

  1. Sridhar Rao says:

    I hope it will be bigger in dimensions than the Rio.

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  2. Dinesh Sachdev says:

    It looks very small…

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  3. Deepak Chablani says:

    Doesn’t it look awkward from the side profile pics? It looks like a camel with its hump. And it looks so tiny overall.

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  4. som says:

    I understand the curioisty to make news in the blogs to create buzz among readers..but to what extent??Can you make any of the interiors of the car you shown above???Please….it is clear cut and weld and some sheet emtal protrusion..and dont ask me how do i know..??i seen it from inside !!!! and drove one..all the mules u can c here are just the proto’s and wonder how your heading is to bring readers without any content…cheers

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    1. kumar says:

      I completly agree with som . what is partialy reveled here.

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  5. sandy says:

    Whatever it may be, but seems a new hit from M&M’s stable.

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  6. GuruB says:

    Doesn’t it look a little inspired from the A-star’s dash? Or is it just me?

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