To be offered in four variants.
The interior of the Mahindra KUV100 has been snapped by Autocar India. The spyshots of only the front section of the cabin, reveal the hatchback's front bench seat and the centre console with the dashboard-mounted gear lever.
Confirmed to be a 5+1-seater that is reminiscent of the Datsun Go, the Mahindra KUV100 is billed as a 'compact SUV'. Designers have moved the standard components between the independent front seats to the dashboard, including the gear lever that now sprouts from the centre console and the handbrake that is found beneath the dashboard right below the centre cluster. The latter uses an uncommon type of pull-handle mechanism that is also seen on the Datsun Go.
The other features that can be noted on the KUV100's cabin include a single binnacle instrument cluster, two rectangular AC vents placed above the centre console, a new infotainment system without a touchscreen display and three vertically-stacked control-knobs for the air conditioning system.
The colour scheme of the Mahindra KUV100's cabin includes piano black and silver trims on top of the light base colour on dashboard and door panels. The model in spyshots is believed to be the top-end, K8 variant.
[Spyshots: Autocar India]