The Mahindra XUV300 is based on the Ssangyong Tivoli that is sold in other global markets such as Europe. While they have distinct front and rear styles, the interior of both SUVs is nearly similar. The cabin of the 2020 Tivoli points to the changes we can expect to see in the facelifted XUV300, which is expected to arrive in late 2021.
Tivoli ‘s 2020 Ssangyong shows a redesigned interface. The all-new center console has the AC vents above the infotainment screen and the environment controls have a conventionally designed interface with the rotary dials temperature monitor. As seen on the current XUV300, its larger 8.0-inch touchscreen display doesn’t sink into the dashboard as much. The new Tivoli also gets a digital instrument cluster with a 10.25-inch LCD.
As a feature-laden sub-4 m SUV, Mahindra unveiled the XUV300 with up to seven airbags, front positioning sensors, automatic ORVMs, speed control, a sunroof and steering modes. Apart from the revamped instrument cluster and the restyled dashboard for the updated infotainment interface, the facelift is impossible to attach to the XUV300’s equipment list. For added convenience, it could add ventilated front seats and ambient lighting too.
The e-XUV300 was previewing cosmetic updates for the XUV300 facelift at Auto Expo 2020. The most notable change appeared to be the rear end resculpted with relatively sleeker tail lamps. It is hoped the front end will have some aesthetic changes including revamped headlamps and bumper.