Tata Hexa is seen chasing the upcoming Mahindra Inferno (XUV700) in this YouTube video, clearly hinting at a product that not just looks good but also performs equally great on the Indian roads. Tata Hexa is the most capable car in Tata’s lineup and after this tough chase, the 7-seat premium utility vehicle has proven that power runs clearly through all of its components. The rumored name Inferno came into existence after Mahindra confirmed that XUV700 or any name with the alphanumeric combination will not be used for their new product. The launch is still 3-weeks away and getting clear shots for the SUV before launch can help buyers get prepared for a decision.
Mahindra Inferno Chase Video
We do not support high-speed driving within such conditions as the move can prove dangerous for pedestrians or fellow drivers. It is highly important to keep a safe distance with everything and as you can see in the video, the way both drivers overtook the Maruti Ertiga is not at all a good idea. Mahindra Inferno will rival none other than Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour in India, most probably falling within the price range of Isuzu MU-X to help buyers save some money and still get huge amounts of power. The availability of automatic and 4×4 variants is another sure shot move for a car of this segment.
Apart from the Mahindra badge, one can spot every little bit of detail that the brand will deliver on the production version. The windows are sufficiently sized for the front two rows, leaving a little area of vision for the third-row passengers. The headlights and tail section is mature enough to grab eyeballs while decent cladding guarantees a premium look from all angles. The engine employed under the hood of new Mahindra Inferno is a 2.2L, turbocharged diesel engine, producing 185 BHP of maximum power and 420 Nm of torque. The SUV features 2865mm of impressive wheelbase.