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Mahindra unveils all new Thar, launch on October 2 | Mahindra unveils curtains with new Thar, to be launched on October 2


Mahindra unveils all new Thar, launch on October 2

new Delhi. Domestic auto company Mahindra & Mahindra on Saturday introduced a new version of its iconic SUV Thar. The company will launch this new model in the country on 2 October. The new Thar will come with six-speed manual and automatic transmission with BS-6 compliant petrol and diesel engines.

The diesel variants will have a 2.2-liter engine, while the petrol variants will come with a new 2-liter engine. The diesel engine will generate 120 hp power while the petrol engine will generate 150 hp. M&M Managing Director Pawan Goenka said that today with the introduction of Nai Thar, we are writing a new history. This model reflects our history and brings with it Mahindra's DN. He said that this model has been designed and developed in India. Most of the equipment for making this model is manufactured locally.

The new Thar is being built at the company's Nashik plant. This will attract contemporary SUVs and youth. The new Thar will come with a hard top, convertible top and an option soft top. It will also have new seat options, 4 front facing seats and 2 plus 4 side facing seats. Other features include 4X4 capability, 17.8cm touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control, roof mounted speakers and safety features as dual airbags, hill hold and hill descent control and others.

This post was published on August 15, 2020 10:31 pm

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