Mahindra Thar will enter with 5-door alloy wheels! Glimpse seen in spy shots

Mahindra has been testing the 5-door version of Thar for quite some time now. The latest spy shots reveal that the Thar 5-door will use a new set of alloy wheels that are larger than the Thar 3-door. Mahindra currently uses an 18-inch unit in its off-road SUV while the 5-door Thar will use a 19-inch unit with a diamond-cut finish.

Feb 14, 2024 - 14:50
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Mahindra Thar will enter with 5-door alloy wheels! Glimpse seen in spy shots
Mahindra Thar will enter with 5-door alloy wheels! Glimpse seen in spy shots

Mahindra has been testing the Thar 5-door model for a while now. Later this year, the new SUV is expected to go on sale. The most recent spy photos show that the 5-Door Mahindra will modify the Thar's appearance. This will make the 5-door model easier to distinguish from the 3-door model. Come on, tell us about it.

According to the most recent spy photos, the Thar 5-door will have larger alloy wheels than the Thar 3-door. The 5-door Thar will use a 19-inch unit with a diamond-cut finish, while Mahindra's off-road SUV currently uses an 18-inch unit.

Apart from the alloy wheels, there are other changes in the Thar 5-door as well. The headlamps will now be LEDs and there will also be new LED daytime running lamps. The rear tail lamp units are also now new and feature redesigned LED elements. Next comes the front grille, which has been changed and the rear door handle is now placed on the C-pillar.

There will be some updates, but overall the interior design will stay the same. For instance, the XUV700's steering wheel will be removed. The new infotainment system, which will be carried over from the XUV400 but will lack some EV-specific features, will be the largest alteration to the dashboard. With a new user interface, the infotainment system is bigger than the previous one. Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will work wirelessly with it.

Recently, the five-door Thar was observed in Landour conducting high-altitude testing. Manufacturers of automobiles frequently test their products in a variety of settings.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer