To be powered by three-cylinder engines.
The interior of the Mahindra S101 (XUV100) has been spied again, in Chennai, courtesy of IAB reader, Gokulan KS. The spyshot shows the dashboard and steering wheel, which appear to be production ready.
The Mahindra S101's cabin is embellished with a silver garnish surrounding the centre console, instrument binnacle, AC vents and within the steering wheel.
In addition to the silver trims, the centre console gets a piano black accent and three chrome ringed dials arranged vertically on the left side leaving space for the dashboard-mounted gear lever on the right. The infotainment system sits at the top, featuring what appears to be a small display. The door panels also get silver and piano black appliqués.
The dash-mounted gear rod makes room for a third passenger on the front seat, as the front row gets a bench-type seat; which probably makes the Mahindra S101 a 5+1 seater.