Known for her social media presence, Billionaire businessman and Mahindra Group president, Anand Mahindra has shared a video on her Twitter wall on Cheetah, comparing the spiky predator to Mahindra XUV.
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Mahinda wrote: “Exciting. But it would be just as exciting and safer to take a selfie with OUR Indian cheetah —- XUV …” The automaker has launched its XUV500 as a ‘Cheetah-inspired SUV’.
The company says the XUV500 has many “Cheetah-inspired” elements from the inside out, giving the vehicle an aggressive and dominant appeal. The most notable element is the front end of the SUV, which has a rectangular seven-blade grille and aggressive-looking headlights. The company expanded its limited-edition SUVs in the past with painting schemes inspired by the past Cheetah to celebrate sales milestones.
The company is currently working on a new era XUV that will open in early 2022. It will be called the XUV700. Rumor has it that it is likely to pick up the features of the first-class driving technology in the segment, which is currently limited to Indian luxury cars. If so, the Mahindra XUV700 will soon become the cheapest car with the most autonomous driving technology in India’s 1st market. It is also said to make the XUV900 bigger. More details are likely to be released in the coming months.