Category: XUV500

XUV500 Sportz exclusivity beyond words

Mahindra and Mahindra an established auto manufacturer lately launched a sporty version of XUV500 called XUV500 Sportz. The development is somewhat related to the most loaded W8 car. It costs Rs 13.28 lakhs which is dearer than W8 car by Rs 25,000. It is a special launch and only 1,000 units of the vehicle is available.

Mahindra XUV500 SUV Red Front

Mahindra XUV500 SUV Red

XUV500 is a stunner all over the globe, what is special about the Sportz variant of the car. The exteriors and interiors are intensified with black and red body decals on bonnet also on doors. The door handles, roof rails and fog lights are layered with sparkling red headlights. The other modifications that define its sporty status is the fitment on Sportz logo and red inserts on C pillar.

XUV500 is appreciated for its super enriched interiors, the insides of XUV500 Sportz is enriched to the core with 6 inch touch screen with back camera. The other technological enhancements and interesting traits are electrical outer rear view mirrors, LED parking lights, automatic wipers and headlights, climate control and robust micro-hybrid technology. Nothing has changed on the mechanical front; the vehicle will run on the same mHawk six speed transmission engine that pumps out 330Nm.

On the launch of XUV500 Sport the CEO in the automotive division of Mahindra and Mahindra Vivek Nair said, ‘’we have sold more than 30,000 pieces of the car in 2013 to 14 financial year. The launch of XUV500 Sportz is a reflection of the company’s extensive commitment to bring in exclusivity to the product line up. ‘’

XUV500 Sportz is a thrilling vehicle to look forward to; so much of excitement is inscribed on the exteriors and interiors. Mahindra has used a creative theme for its exteriors garnished with the unique red and black decals on doors and bonnet. It is not always that consumers will get to explore a sporty XUV500 Sportz model painted in jazzy red and black. It is a unique feeling to ride in a car where fog lights sparkle to the core with jazzy red headlights. The feel can be compared to a sci-fi model.

XUV500 has thrilled the public to no end for years, with its phenomenal sporty and stylish stature. The design of the car is inspired by the swift movement of cheetah the fastest animal on the planet. The insides are overloaded with excitement there is a 6 inch touchscreen or monochrome display. The cabin room is enormously spacious to effectively accommodate seven occupants. There are cup holders between cool knob and gear box, there is an advanced music system with Bluetooth, iPod and USB connectivity. All three rows have mobile charging points. There are rain sensing wipers and the other features to look forward to are camping lamps, door ajar lamps, entry assist lamp and puddle lamps. There is an umbrella holder as well.

XUV500 is just unique beyond words; the inspiration with the car is not just restricted to XUV500 Sportz, but concentrated on the forthcoming Scorpio facelift and S101.

Mahindra offering extended warranty for XUV 500

Mahindra XUV 500 turned things around for Mahindra and worked wonders towards their image. It brought in some features that weren’t ever offered in this class and offered excellent value for money. The Monocoque chassis on a SUV was something new for this class and it offered excellent handling and ride quality. It literally stormed the market because it offered an excellent package giving the consumers everything they look for. It has got the looks, presence, performance, luxury features and efficiency making it a good seller.

Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500

While they were selling this vehicle in good numbers and enjoying the long waiting lists, there were minor issues cropping up with the ones they sold. They updated the vehicle soon to put an end to the issues and most of them were solved. Still some problems were reported but not in a huge number. The sales were still strong and this being the Mahindra flagship product couldn’t be ignored in any way. They had to take care of any issues that their customers face and give them the assurance that their issues will be promptly addressed.

The XUV 500 is offered in multiple variants. The entry level W4 offers excellent value for money to the customers while giving them features from a class above. On the top of the line W8 variant, they offer a long list of luxury features and the customers can choose from some premium colours as well that are exclusive to this variant. Based on the Mahindra XUV 500 W8, they launched the Sportz Edition which provided some cosmetic updates. It comes with a standard warranty of 3 years or 1 lac kms. Above this standard warranty, customers can choose among the extended warranty options Mahindra is offering on this vehicle.

For a period of 1 year over the standard 3 year period, customers have to pay approximately INR 13,000 to INR 16,000. For an additional 2 year warranty, the customers will have to pay INR 21,000 to INR 23,000. XUV 500 owners can choose from these extended warranty packages and they will be applicable on all the variants of XUV 500. They also offer Extended Roadside Assistance with Bajaj Allianz for duration of 5 years.

This would provide you support and service in case you run into trouble with your Mahindra XUV 500 somewhere away from home. You will also get flatbed towing service to take your vehicle to the nearest Mahindra service station. They will also provide you with free fuel if you are out of fuel and charges for cab to take you to nearest Mahindra service center. This would give the owners an assurance and freedom from minor issues. The Mahindra XUV 500 is powered by the 2.2 litre mHawk engine generating peak power of 140 bhp and peak torque of 330 Nm. It is a front wheel drive vehicle so it is more suited to city driving and offers good efficiency. This model is here to stay for long time as there is no update expected anytime soon so this extended warranty is definitely a good move.

Mahindra XUV500 raced by Gaurav Gill wins the first rally of Maharashtra in this year’s IRC season

The season’s inaugural race of the 2014 INRC took place in Nashik between 13th to 15th came to a very exciting conclusion. The Rally witnessed participation from about 20 cars and respective teams fighting for the top positions with some fierce competition taking place.

Mahindra XUV500 wins the title Star of Nasik at 2013 Maharashtra Rally

Mahindra XUV500

The entire rally for this year’s season were divided into 3 categories namely, the IRC 1600, IRC 2000 and FMSCI 1600 and all these raced with the bigger cars for the overall top spots. The IRC 1600 category was fought among nine cars, the IRC 2000 had only three participating cars, while the FMSCI 1600 had five cars racing for the top positions. There were also two Super XUVs and an EVO X fighting for the overall positions.

The competition was very intense in all the three categories and most of the action took place for the overall top position and the IRC 1600 category. Both the Mahindra XUV500 vehicles driven by racers Gaurav Gill and Amitrajit Ghosh were fighting very fiercely, while in the IRC 1600 category again two Volkswagen Polos were seen racing against each other for the top spot driven by Hrishikesh Thackersey and Sirish Chandran.

In the IRC category, Gaurav Gill beat Amitrajit Ghosh by bare 16 seconds on the first day of the race, but the additional time taken in service for repair works got him a penalty of a good 1 minute 40 seconds. When it seemed impossible for Gill to be able to win from there on, he finally managed to emerge victor after beating Ghosh to claim the top position, as Ghosh damaged the car’s rear right suspension which forced him to slow down.

In the IRC 1600 category, another grueling fight among Hrishikesh Thackersey with his navigator Ninad Mirajgaonkar got a lead of 21 seconds on the primary rival team Sirish Chandran and Nikhil Pai on the first day. While Hrishikesh and his team mate were safeguarding their lead position on the next day, Sirish brilliantly managed to catch up with them in a certain stage. The competition between these two teams was a really exciting one to follow. However, Hrishikesh’s team came out as the final victor with Sirish’s team following next and the team of Druva Chandrashekar and his navigator Roopesh B finished the race in the third spot.

In the IRC 2000 category Byram Godrej and Somayya A G driving a Volkswagen Polo finished the race with the top position. The second position was grabbed by Rahul Kantharaj and Vivek Bhatt driving a Cedia, while Sumit Punjabi finished in the third spot again with a Cedia. The FMSCI 1600 category was won by the team of Aniruddha Rangnekar and Arjun Mehta followed by the team of Adith K.C and Harish K N and the team of Parag Dhhiwar and Aditya Dhhiwar garbbing the third overall spot.

Thus, Gaurav Gill kept his winning streak going on driving the stylish and powerful Mahindra XUV500 premium SUV.

The new Mahindra XUV500 Sportz limited edition is a great under 15 Lakhs premium SUV

The Indian utility vehicle leader, Mahindra & Mahindra is keen on boosting its sales rates, as the company is still having tough time receiving good amount of demands. Thus, while the company is busy working on tons of new products, it has launched a limited edition of the XUV500 called the Sportz for now. While the XUV500 Sportz has been launched in the market to draw consumer interest for the time being, it is not the first time that the XUV500 has got its special edition. In fact, Mahindra had launched the limited edition model of the premium SUV back in the month of September, 2011. Back then the model was a great success given its superior quality and alluring style that surely came for an attractive price. The recently launched limited edition XUV500 ‘Sportz’ is a reincarnation of the same limited edition model of the past and is currently priced at Rs. 13.68 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai). It is a truly premium and stylish sports utility vehicle to own at this price point. Considering its heavily loaded massive size, the XUV500 Sportz is a really attractive package.

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue body color

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue

Being a limited edition, the new XUV500 Sportz comprises of cosmetic updates only. The SUV’s got new styling elements and color theme (red), while its mechanical specifications have been left untouched. The Sportz Limited Edition XUV500 thus continues to be driven by the same mHawk, Direct injection, turbo charged diesel mill that is capable of generating an impressive max power of 140 Bhp and peak torque of 330 Nm. The capable engine is coupled with a 6 speed manual transmission gearbox. The vehicle also boasts of the smart All 4 Wheel Drive system that ensures great hold on the roads and superior performance in all driving situations. This premium SUV from the Indian auto major is developed on a Monocoque chassis that offers great body rigidity and power to weight ratio. The massive SUV offers superb ride and handling, and a very comfortable driving experience. Mahindra has also showcased a hybrid version of the fast selling XUV500 at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo.

The XUV500 Sportz Limited Edition features new red themed body graphics for both the hood and the front sides of the vehicle, it also flaunts new stylish red accentuated alloy wheels, spoiler, roof rails, door handles and fog lamp enclosures, and sports the ‘Sportz’ logo at the rear. On the inside, the Sportz edition also showcases the red theme on the dashboard as well as the leather seats, thus making it a very trendy vehicle especially for the red color lovers.

The XUV500 Sportz also gets all the equipments that the top trim model W8 gets including 6-inch touch screen infotainment system, driver’s information system, fully automatic climate control, cruise control, rain sensing wipers, automatic projector head lights, LED parking lights and many more.

The XUV500 Sportz limited edition will be offered in the limited 1000 units only.

Mahindra & Mahindra launches the new limited edition XUV500 Sportz in India tagged at Rs. 13.68 lakh

Mahindra & Mahindra has launched the Limited Edition model of the fast selling XUV500, called ‘Sportz’. The Indian SUV master will produce and offer for sale only 1,000 units of the XUV500 Sportz model. Mahindra has launched the special edition XUV500 Sportz in India tagged at Rs. 13.68 lakh (ex-showroom Pune). This new limited edition variant is based on the top end W8 variant of the popular Mahindra XUV500 and is Rs. 25,000 dearer than the regular W8 variant. As Mahindra will sell only 1,000 units of the XUV500 Sportz limited edition model in the market, it is really special in its exclusive appeal for those who like to flaunt special cars and like to stand apart from the crowd.

Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500

The Mahindra XUV500 Sportz comes with a number of cosmetic changes in order to offer the special appeal. It comes with special exterior styling features along with an attractive red theme such as red and black body graphics on the bonnet as well as on the sides of the premium SUV. The vehicle also gets differently styled fog lamp enclosures, roof rails as well as door handles with red accents. Apart from these the XUV500 Sportz also features new stylish alloy wheels along with red inserts and the special ‘Sportz’ logo on its C-pillar to mark it apart.

As for the interior of the limited edition XUV500 Sportz, it will feature new upholstery with a combination of leather and fabric, a large 6 inch touch screen for the infotainment system and a rear camera. Apart from these features, as the new Mahindra XUV500 Sportz is based on the range topping W8 model, it will come with all the bells and whistles that are featured by the top variant. Thus, the vehicle will offer a great feature list that includes climate control, automatic headlamps, rain sensing automatic wipers, LED parking lights and power adjustable and fordable exterior rear view mirrors. Moreover, the vehicle is also empowered with the standard micro-hybrid technology that is boasted by the Mahindra XUV500.

Under the hood, the new limited edition XUV500 Sportz retains the same mechanical specifications as the other XUV500 variants and does not get any changes, as it is only a special edition model and not even a refresh model. Thus, the Sportz edition also comes powered by the same mHawk turbocharged diesel engine that generates 330Nm of torque and is mated to a 6 speed transmission gearbox.

Mahindra & Mahindra’s Chief Executive Officer of the Automotive Division, Mr. Vivek Nair said to the media that the company has sold more than 30,000 units of the Mahindra XUV500 in the last financial year of 2013-14. With the launch of the new Mahindra XUV500 Sportz limited edition model, the company believes that the will create be able to achieve a new benchmark in terms of exclusivity and will help to further augment the premium SUV Mahindra XUV500’s appeal to the customers.

New Mahindra XUV500 Sportz Edition’s brochure surfaces online

Indian car maker, Mahindra & Mahindra has still not recovered from slumped demands though most of its market rivals have started recovering. The home bred utility vehicle leader is not sitting idle though, and to revive its sales and boost its margins is working on the most successful strategy of car makers that is, an array of new car launch. While it will take about a year’s time before we see Mahindra launching any brand new cars, the company is ready to launch several refreshed and special edition models this year to keep its customers interested. Among the new model launches this year is the upcoming special edition XUV500. The special edition XUV500 is called the Sportz edition by the company.

Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500

Prior to the official launch of the upcoming special edition XUV500 Sportz, the spy shutterbugs have already revealed it through spy pictures. And now, the upcoming vehicle’s brochure has also been leaked online.

It is very well known that the special edition models of any car are launched to serve two purposes. Special edition models are launched either to celebrate special occasions and anniversary of a car, or to grab attention of the consumers and boost sales. Thus, it is very apparent in which category the Mahindra XUV500 Sportz falls. The XUV500 Sportz is simply an excitement for the XUV lovers in order to boost sales for the company, when it is already struggling a lot to raise the demand levels.

As far as the exterior design is concerned, the upcoming XUV500 Sportz embraces a red theme and flaunts red body graphics on the hood as well as on its sides. Moreover, the red colored accents make way to the vehicle’s roof rails, door handles, fog lights, as well as alloy wheels.

On the inside, the Sportz retains the same design layout for the dashboard and instrument panel, while the red theme continues to be featured in the new upholstery. Thus, the new XUV500 Sportz will also be a great vehicle to grab for those who adore the red color. In terms of features, the upcoming XUV500 Sportz special edition will pack in the much wanted reverse camera, a comfy arm rest as well as special leather seats.

The Mahindra XUV500 Sportz special edition is based on the top model trim W8 variant and thus will come fully packed with all bells and whistles. Its fabulous feature list includes projector headlights, automatic headlights, rain sensing wipers, tyre pressure monitoring system, 6 inch touchscreen display for the infotainment system with navigation, DVD player, automatic climate control and cruise control. The vehicle also has comprehensive safety features of full driver’s, passenger side front airbags and side curtain airbags for the rear passengers, Hill Hold and Hill Descent, ABS, EBD and ESP.

Under the hood, everything remains unchanged and the XUV500 Sportz gets powered by the 2.2 liter 4-cylinder diesel mill mated to a 6 speed manual gearbox. The XUV500 Sportz is expected to be tagged at Rs. 50,000 dearer than the ongoing W8 variant.

Sportz XUV500 spotted testing

Mahindra XUV500 has been among the carmaker’s successful models like Scorpio and Bolero and to keep the model alive the carmaker is planning to launch a sporty variant sometime this year or next. Along with a range of full fledged SUV’s Mahindra is also developing a few compact and crossover models in collaboration with Korean partner SsangYong. The success of XUV500 has been largely due to latest technical features and rugged looks along with comfortable enough to seat five passengers. The Sportz edition of XUV500 has a noticeable change on its exteriors with graffiti on hood like a racing car, and will help ensure success of growth plans in both domestic and international markets.

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue body color

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue

This facelifted version of popular XUV 500 will take place of older version which was discontinued by Mahindra in 2013 and will have white exterior with red accents on its surface in strategic places to emphasize the name “Sportz”. The car’s hood and roof will have black and red accented stickers close to the windshield surface while its roof rails are in same red shade. Door handles are also in red though ORVM’s with side indicators are in white. On both sides of the car on lower section of doors there is a arrow-like design in red with “SPORTZ” emblazoned in graffiti type fonts. Being a popular model Mahindra will be launching this new variant with latest features tentatively by 2014-15

Since the passenger car market is showing signs of revival it would be a good move for Mahindra and Mahindra to launch the Sportz variant soon before more tech-savvy models arrive in the market. Since the firm had shown a plugin hybrid model of XUV 500 in Auto Expo 2014 auto enthusiast are hoping that finally India will witness launch of its first local built hybrid car which is already a popular though expensive technology overseas. The model shown at Auto Expo had hybrid mix of diesel and electric engine which can together reduce fuel consumption by nearly 18 percent. If this is combined with AT or CVT gear box the acceleration power and overall performance of the Sportz XUV500 can be improved.

The overall structure of this car’s exteriors remain same therefore we can expect that “Sports” XUV 500 vehicle will only have cosmetic changes on its exteriors and interiors and may either be fitted with hybrid or traditional fuel engine depending on market conditions.  As per design shown at Expo the new XUV 500 will have 2.2 liter mHawk diesel engine with an electric engine similar to e2o to provide good mileage. Mahindra hopes to recreate old magic with new XUV 500 since it is also built on moncoque frame and has attractive front façade with prominent headlights besides widely spaced radiator grille. There is a red graffiti even around Mahindra logo on rear side with three stop lights placed one above another on either side of rear door. To enhance its Sporty image and red and white exterior color scheme, interiors may also have similar dual color tones on seat and floor upholstery.

The classy and pristine Sportz Edition XUV500 spotted

Mahindra XUV500 has been on the frontlines lately, spied images of the car have been spotted several times by enthusiasts. The camouflaged car was said to be an automatic variant. A fully covered XUV500 has been spotted again, few days ago, which is the Sportz Edition model.

Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra XUV500

Mahindra is among the first to explore the SUV segment, and XUV500 is a huge launch. The company has made tremendous profits with the car since its arrival in 2011. What is attractive about the car is its sporty appearance, patches of its inspiration, which is the swift movement of cheetah, is visible on door handles and front. A new Sportz Edition XUV500 sounds interesting, mainly because the car is splashed with sporty DNA. The new Sportz edition car is Mahindra’s first make over project since the launch of first car. It will take time for the car to launch, till then there SUV fans can look forward to tints of excitement with the launch of special edition XUV500.

Apart from the thrill of a new Sportz edition XUV500, the car was spied in an interesting location, warehouse. The engine fitments are unchanged; the factor that highlights the newness is new stickering paint job. The car is fully white with sprinkles of red accents. The roof and bonnet look the same; the distinctive variation is the presence of Sportz tag on the sides. There are red accents on door handles; the alloy wheels look slightly different. The sporty red colour theme is engraved on license plate. What is fascinating about Sportz edition XUV500 is cosmetic modifications, and let’s hope it is sold with a more reasonable price tag than previous variants.

Mahindra has not disclosed information on mechanical fitments of the upcoming XUV500. The company has plunged into the novel hybrid tech theory. Mahindra stunned the public with its hybrid XUV500 car, the first ever hybrid car to launch injected with electric and diesel power trains. The significance of the using electric and diesel engine is lesser fuel consumption. Mahindra has hence lowered the fuel consumption rate by massive 18%. A new XUV500 hybrid sounds exhilarating, because of the double excitement caused by SUV and hybrid vehicle. Let’s hope Mahindra launches the car soon.

XUV500 is a stellar product in Indian and international markets, the car are a major hit in South Africa, US and many other nations. The SUV segment has become more competitive than before, the past years have witnessed a sudden surge in new SUV products, decorated with modern SUV material. The new products are Volkswagen Taigun, Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano and Ford EcoSport. A new XUV500 Sport Edition piece will heat up the arch rivalry that exists in this segment. XUV500 has thrilled the public to the core since its arrival; a new Sportz Edition variant of the car will churn greater thrill moments. The common theme here is sporty, the earlier model looks impressively sporty, and outdoor signatures are inscribed on the new Sportz edition car. Imagine the excitement post launch.

Images of the car are up on the web, it looks super pristine and polished.

Mahindra preparing to launch the XUV500 Sportz Special Edition model

India bred auto major, Mahindra & Mahindra had revealed some time back that the company is readying a special edition model of its hot selling XUV500 premium SUV pretty soon. The special edition model of the popular XUV500 will be launched in the domestic car market to keep the consumers engaged until the refreshed new model makes way in India. According to the sources close to the development the special edition model of the XUV500 which is called ‘Sportz’ will be based on the high-end variant W8 of the XUV500 and will flaunt some interesting cosmetic upgrades. As this will be special edition model, the changes or additions made to the vehicle will be limited to the cosmetic level only and it will also appear similar to the standard model with no design revision as well.

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue body color

Mahindra XUV500 Artic Blue

As far as the exterior visual appeal is concerned, the special edition Sportz XUV500 is expected to flaunt some additional and attractive new body graphics in order to mark it as a special edition model and to distinguish it from the regular model. Though not many details are available on this upcoming special edition model other small but trendy additions are also likely to make their way in the XUV500 Sportz exterior in order to make it more appealing and premium. The Sportz logo will surely be flaunted at the rear of the car to make it stand out from the regular model.

On the inside as well, Mahindra & Mahindra is expected to endow new even more stylish and premium upholstery to make the vehicle even more special from the inside as well. The Sportz logo might be featured on the car seat covers as well. As the W8 variant of the XUV500 is already fully packed with world class premium equipments, the special edition model is not expected to add to the list, however some subtle changes in the feature front could be made as well.

Under the hood, the Mahindra XUV500 Sportz edition will not get any sort of alteration and being a special edition model will offer the exactly same specifications as the other variants in the XUV500 range. Thus, it will be powered by the same 2.2 liter powerful mHawk diesel mill. This vigorous engine generates a max power of 140 Bhp and a pea torque of 330 Nm. The engine will be mated to the usual 6 speed manual transmission gearbox.

According to the sources close to the production development of Mahindra & Mahindra, the special edition model of the XUV500 is almost ready and could be soon launched in the domestic car market. Recently, Mahindra & Mahindra is facing a lot of low demand issues due to the market slump and the excise duty reduction also could not come to its rescue. Mahindra is currently busy working on a number of new upcoming launches, while several refreshed models of the existing products are also on the way including that of the XUV500 and the Scorpio.

Face-lifted Mahindra XUV500 spotted testing

Mahindra and Mahindra, India’s top SUV manufacturer has aggressive plans of growth in domestic and international markets therefore is launching a new compact SUV and two facelifted versions of popular SUV models by end of this year to take on competition. The older version of XUV 500 was discontinued by Mahindra in 2013. Since it is a fairly popular model Mahindra is launching a new variant with improved features tentatively by 2014-15 as exact date or month has not been confirmed. Keeping in mind current excitement over automatic transmission cars in domestic markets, Mahindra will launch the revised XUV500 with AT gearbox like it has done in Algeria and South America. The XUV 500 vehicle spotted testing under camouflage is codenamed W216 and had “MD003-AW-Japan” written across its sides which stands for Japanese transmission gear manufacturer AISW AW therefore it is confirmed that latest version will have automatic transmission gear system.

mahindra xuv 500 rear red

According to a recent announcement by Mahindra officials the transmission box will be teamed up with six speed unit from same manufacturer which will also be used at a later stage by crossover vehicles being planned under partnership with SsangYong. The new XUV 500 will be powered by 2.2 liter mHawk diesel engine same as before which produces 140 bhp of power and torque of 320 Nm. In markets where diesel cars are not allowed the XUV 500 will be powered by 1.6 liter petrol engine with turbochargers for same output. The prominence of AT powered cars will grow in domestic markets as they provide better mileage.

Mahindra in partnership with its Korean subsidiary SsangYong is developing new products which will be launched between 2015 and 2018 and will be fitted with automatic gearboxes manufactured by its engineering division. Mahindra is confident that this new XUV 500 will recreate magic of its predecessors since its chassis is built on same moncoque frame and front profile is attractive with neatly etched out niches for headlights on sides of hood and radiator grille. The car’s front façade is likely to continue with Mahindra’s traditional design of honeycomb mesh below body colored frame called “cheetah’s paw” between high beam lights. Sporty and stylish interiors will be complimented with features like power windows, central locking system for all doors, child lock and backlight on instrument panel.

XUV 500 can comfortably seat seven people due to bench type seat layout in the rear which can be folded back to accommodate luggage if necessary. Its attractive 6 inch touchscreen has monochrome display to manage audio and navigational features. Though its air-conditioner has manual controls the four air-vents in front and rear side ensure that cooling effect is spread across all seats and passengers are comfortable. Inside the spacious cabin there is ambient lighting followed by cup holders and storage pockets behind seats. The audio system will be similar to previous model with CD changer and will also be compatible to external devices like MP3 and Bluetooth. The car’s suspension system will be managed by McPherson struts and torsion bar will braking safety will be provided by dual power of disk and drum brakes.