Check out this beautiful rendering of 2020 Mahindra Bolero Interior. The upcoming car is expected to launch around April 2020, and will feature new safety features.
Mahindra Bolero is one of the most popular Utility Vehicles in India, in both urban and rural areas. This is primarily due to its bare-bones structure and extremely rugged nature. With a facelift arriving soon, take a look at what could be the interior of the new 2020 Mahindra Bolero.
Interior rendering of the upcoming Mahindra Bolero facelift
In the picture above, you can see that the interior look is quite premium, while still maintaining a utilitarian feel. There is ample use of faux wood inserts in the dashboard around the AC vents and the touchscreen infotainment unit, and in the steering wheel. The instrument cluster has analogue dials for the speedo and tacho, and there is a driver-information display in the centre. If the upcoming 2020 Mahindra Bolero does feature similar interior styling, then we’ll have a lot to love about the new car.
Last-year, Mahindra had brought some major changes to the Bolero. The older 2.5-litre diesel mill was discontinued, and all the variants were discontinued except for the sub-4-metre ‘Power Plus’ version. Now, with the stricter safety norms from the Government of India fast approaching, there will be another significant update. Test vehicles have already been spotted multiple times, and we can confirm that the new Bolero will feature major safety upgrades over the outgoing model.
Mahindra Bolero will receive better safety features
It is also expected that the new 2020 Mahindra Bolero will feature new engine options. Earlier, the Bolero could be had with either of the two engine options: a 2.5-litre turbo-diesel and a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel. The former produced a max power of 63 PS and a peak torque of 180 Nm. This engine was discontinued last year. The smaller 1.5-litre engine continues in the current version, and is capable of generating 170 PS and 195 Nm. In the upcoming version, there might be a chance that a new petrol engine could be featured under the hood. This would probably be one of the new “mStallion” engines that the homegrown carmaker had unveiled at the Auto Expo 2020.