The interior design of XUV300 is similar to Tivoli and it comes loaded with lots of segment first features to lure buyers from its competitors
Mahindra is going to launch its new compact SUV XUV 300 in February. The company has already revealed the exterior and interior but they haven’t released more details. A Youtuber has posted a video of the interior of XUV 300, which shows various details like the instrument cluster, steering wheel, centre console and more.
The XUV 300 comes with dual tone colour for the dashboard with black and beige. The steering wheel and the centre console also get an aluminium finish. The design of instrument cluster is similar to the XUV 500 as the tachometer on the left and speedometer on the right with a big multi-information display in the middle.
The centre console gets a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and the climate control is placed below it with lots of buttons to control various functions, this layout is similar to SsangYong Tivoli, which it is based on. The glove box appears to a big one and it doesn’t get a cooling function like some of its rivals.
The XUV 300 comes with segment first features like dual-zone AC, Auto-dimming IRVM, four disc brakes, seven airbags and sunroof. The company has packed the XUV 300 with cruise control, electronically controlled exterior mirror, rain sensing wiper, keyless entry, push-button start, automatic headlamps, rear camera with parking sensors and more.
The exterior design theme of XUV 300 is completely different from Tivoli as the front gets a new grille, which comes from Alturas G4 along with new set of headlamps with integrated DRLs and it extends towards from fog lamps. The company has given black plastic cladding running across the body and the rear also get new tail lamps.
The compact SUV comes with the most powerful diesel engine in its class as it is powered by 1.5 L engine from Marazzo and it produces 123 PS of power and 300 Nm of torque, the petrol engine is expected to be a newly developed 1.2 L turbocharged unit. These engines will be mated to manual and AMT gearbox. We can expect aggressive pricing from Mahindra.