Mahindra and Mahindra have made its name in the automotive world by constantly churning out bigger and better cars. And the Indian carmaker company always had a soft corner for its origin country, India. However, mostly famous for SUVs and other monster cars such as Scorpio and Bolero the company is widely popular in the Indian Territory and to further strengthen its place in the passenger car market, Mahindra is coming up with an uplifted variant of its widely celebrated car, Quanto. However, Quanto itself is a very efficient and muscle bound vehicle which looks nothing less than a monster by the appearance and the performance, but as it is a ritual in the automotive world that you have to get the modifications done every 3 or 4 years in order to stay in the game, the vehicle is getting an uplift.
The latest version of Quanto will be featuring a handful of interior and exterior changes and is expected to get launched sometime around this financial year. The key feature which will be there in the vehicle following the much desired uplift is the automated manual transmission which caters to most of the vehicles in the particular segment.
Other than that, there are a few small and big changes that will take place in the new Quanto such as the very effective regenerative braking system for the enhanced safety features. As it is evident with the size and the performance specs of the Mahindra vehicles that most of its products are designed keeping in mind the hard terrains and the bad Indian roads. So, in that scenario, features like the regenerative braking system come in handy in a very good way. Mahindra launched both these features in the Indian Auto Expo last year with special focus on the automated manual transmission which is also known as autoShift.
If the rumours are to be believed, the company has developed the autoShift technology joining hands with UK based firm Ricardo which is very popular over there. It was natural as Mahindra is not known to be the specialist on the technological front. However, any other automakers have yet to catch-up with the company when it comes to building muscular and rugged vehicles but when it comes to the innovation on the technological front, Mahindra has yet to travel a bit far. Mated with 5 gear-shift automatic transfer, the fuel efficiency is expected to go up and that is good news for the Indians consumers who have a very soft corner for the vehicles who give them maximum mileage and now they have got one more reason to go with Mahindra Quanto Autoshift. Mahindra claimed that the vehicle uses a very advanced technology called ECU along with a hydraulic actuation system to make the process of shifting the gears quicker.
Given the efforts Mahindra has put to make this one a popular vehicle, we are quite sure that it will succeed and we might have another successful Mahindra vehicle running through our roads.