Mahindra Thar 5-door interior spied once again

Kenneth John Published: December 22, 2023, 10:48 AM IST

Mahindra has been testing the impending 5-door Thar for about a year and a half, and a new interior image reveals some unique features that the 5-door SUV will have over its 3-door brother. The 5-door variant is planned to be released in June of next year.

Mahindra Thar 5-door: Interior and Features

The most significant change to the interior of the 5-door Thar will be a bigger touchscreen in new housing, likely a 10-inch one. The 5-door Thar's bigger touchscreen is likely to offer enhanced UI and visuals. In the future, this new touchscreen might be released with the 3-door Thar.

The AC vents, HVAC controls, and band of toggle switches at the bottom, as seen in these photographs, will remain in place. The conventional Thar's ring of physical buttons and rotary dial below the screen have also been maintained.

Individual AC vents help rear passengers comfort. The layout of the second-row seats has not been revealed because the test mule is carrying false seats. Mahindra might provide a standard bench seat or individual seats, comparable to the 3-door Thar. Alternatively, depending on the version, both choices might be made available. Other notable additions to the 5-door Thar include a dashcam and a single-pane sunroof.

The 5-door Thar will only be available as a hardtop with a fixed roof. The Thar 5-door will undoubtedly have a pair of roof-mounted speakers as part of Mahindra's design aesthetic. It was seen in the Scorpio N as well as the XUV700.

Mahindra Thar 5-door: Design and Powertrain

The 5-door Thar will carry most of the trademark characteristics of the conventional Thar. The 5-door version's dominant street presence will continue to be the major purpose for purchase. The installation of the back doors, however, will drastically alter the perspective from the sides. The rear design and style will be similar to the conventional Thar.

In terms of technical characteristics, the next five-door Thar is believed to be powered by the same 2.0-litre petrol and 2.2-litre diesel engines seen in the previous model. A six-speed manual transmission and an automatic transmission will be available.

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