2018 Mahindra Marazzo MPV Interior Revealed
Mahindra is gearing up for the launch of its seven-eight seater MPV, Marazzo. The home-grown auto maker recently revealed MPV’s name and while it is prepping for launch in September, an image of the vehicle, revealing its interior has been released, giving an inkling of the interior styling. Sporting a conventional design, the dashboard features a T-shaped centre console and trapezoidal centre air con vents with a hint of chrome around it. A touchscreen infotainment system can also be seen right below the centre vents which is expected to double up as a display for reverse camera. The MPV will ostensibly receive a 7.0-inch unit that will come with smartphone connectivity features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
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In addition to the aforementioned features, the MPV is expected to come layered with automatic climate control and roof-mounted air con vents for second and third rows. The entry level variants in the carline are likely to miss out on the automatic climate control for a manual unit. Also expect a chunky three-spoke steering wheel inside featuring faux-aluminium on the lower spoke and mounted controls for cruise control that are likely to be restricted to the top-spec trims in the line-up.
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The instrument cluster will come with a colour multi-info display with aquatic life inspired purple piping around the speedometer and tachometer dial. For those not in the know, the Maindra Marazzo MPV has been developed collaboratively by the Mahindra Research Valley in Chennai and Mahindra North American Technical centre.
Under the hood, Marazzo will get the newly developed 1.5-litre turbocharged oil burner good for maximum power of 121 bhp against 300 Nm torque. This engine will come paired to a six-speed manual gearbox initially. As for the safety features, expect the premium MPV to pack anti-lock-braking system with electronic brakeforce distribution, rear parking sensors and airbags as standard provisions. Besides, the model will comply with India’s latest crash test norms.