Spied – Mahindra S101’s production taillight’s shape revealed

Posted on: Sep 8, 2014 - 2:40pm IST

All new monocoque S101 to come next year. 

The Mahindra S101 (codename) was spotted on test once again in Chennai, by ‘Deceptron’, a forum member of The Automotive India. The prototype seen here reveals the sharply-cut shape of its taillight cluster, though the circular bulbs located would change on the production model.

Mahindra S101 taillight spied
The S101 is on its testing phase ahead of next year’s launch.

As reported previously, the sub-4 meter S101 is based on an entirely new monocoque platform. The car will be one of Mahindra’s entry level products when it goes on sale sometime next year. It will have an overall size of a B-segment premium hatchback but the styling will be of the crossover type, sources told Indian Autos Blog.

Mahindra S101 taillight spied rear
The car will be powered by three-cylinder petrol and diesel engines.

Also read: Mahindra starts production of Scorpio facelift ahead of next month’s launch

Powering the S101 will be newly developed three-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. The engines will be paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox though an automated manual transmission (AMT) could also be under consideration.

Mahindra S101 – What to expect

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Competitors: VW Taigun, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon

Expected Price: INR 5-7 lakhs, ex-Showroom

Launch Date: 2015

Mahindra S101 – Spy Image Gallery

[Spy Images from The Automotive India]

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One thought on “Spied – Mahindra S101’s production taillight’s shape revealed

  1. Veeru Muttal says:

    They are dummy for sure. All concepts will have independent lights fitted into module till the final design is frozen….!! You can clearly see that black module and 3 independent lights…!!

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