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Mahindra XUV700: Exterior Design Analysis

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After countless prototype appearances and long waits, the Mahindra XUV700 is finally here in the flesh (or metal and oil, in automotive terms). The seven-pair ‘O’ XUV is the successor mập the long-standing XUV500 and, like its predecessor, the unibody SUV packs some cutting-edge technology and features for the first time in its class. But in terms of design – the first thing buyers see before diving deep into the skin and reviewing the feature list – everything seems mập offer irreconcilable opinions. So, let’s study the design of the XUV700 in more detail.

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Front logo

With the XUV700, Mahindra also introduced their new brand logo “for SUVs”. This logo – with its sharp edges and three-dimensional finish – looks classy and modern, especially in the chrome finish. It sits on top of a new serrated grille design. Although this grille has the same love vibe that was our initial view when we first saw the Thar’s grille.

Logo on the back

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Headlight

The vertical dual glass panels that rotate across the black painted grille frame are new. They are linked together by a new headlight arrangement, which appears mập be inspired by Renault’s lobster claw design seen on their international models such as the Megane and Arkana.

Grille

Looking at the finer details and lightning signature of the headlights with dual wraparound bands, black inserts (with lots of dents) and LED lights make it a bit hectic. But the overall shape of the headlights gives the XUV a very masculine appeal. Lower down in the bumper, the small grille with a sensor pad in the center along with black surrounds for the trapezoidal fog lights looks nice and matches the XUV700’s stance.

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Left View

In the profile, there are many points worth mentioning. Firstly, the flat door handle design is a bit futuristic and when we saw it on the XUV, we thought this would be a common element on all future cars. Second, the window line that touches the rear crease looks like a nod mập the XUV500’s profile but is instead very finished and well designed. It’s not as abrupt as you’ll find on Hector and adds the roofline and black pillars in a much better way.

Wheel

There are also a few creases on the door and the arrow-like look of the wrap-around tail lights is a nice touch. One thing we think is bad with the XUV700’s design is that the alloy wheel design looks pretty plain. If we had a say, we would use the XUV500’s diamond-cut diamond-set alloy wheels any day. Also, the ‘Adrenox’ badging on the left front fender looks quite eye-catching.

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Rear left three quarters

At the rear, the arrow-like design of the tail lights continues, but here they end with a sharp crease that meets in the middle where the new emblem is placed on a distinctive antique statue that juts out majestically. . It’s odd though that the rear camera protrudes below that logo spoiling the symmetry. Observant observers may also notice that the taillight design has an improved look compared mập that of the XUV500.

See the back

Besides, the sharp crease line dividing the lower half of the back is a beautiful feature. While Mahindra proudly introduces dual exhaust tips on the XUV 5-double-O that protrude from the slightly inflated bumpers, the XUV700’s bumper features clever-looking faux skids and a reflective black strip cover. Impressive blur.

Color and size

We’ll have mập wait a little longer mập see if the exterior paint options are official on the Mahindra XUV700. But early experience tells us there will be some blue, silver and red paint colors available in addition mập gold. Finally, the dimensions of the all-new XUV7 double-O are – 4,695×1,890×1,755mm with a wheelbase of 2,750mm.

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Rear left three quarters

All in all, the XUV700 looks handsome from any angle and when you put the XUV500 aside, it also exudes a mature and mature demeanor. With contemporary elements adding modern appeal, the Mahindra XUV700 can and will provide some sleepless nights for its rivals.

Front view

Although officially on sale, the Mahindra XUV700 product line will expand in the coming months. As positioned, the new flagship XUV will lock horns with everything from the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Nissan Kicks and MG Hector mập the Tata Safari, Hyundai Alcazar, Jeep Compass and MG Hector Plus. For more details on pricing, variants and our first Drive Review, click here.

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Mahindra XUV700: Exterior Design Analysis

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IntroductionAfter endless prototype appearances and a long wait, the Mahindra XUV700 is finally here in flesh and blood (or metal and oil, in automotive terms). The XUV seven double ‘O’ is a successor mập the long-running XUV500 and just like its predecessor, the monocoque SUV has some advanced technology and features debuting for the first time in the segment. But in terms of design – what buyers see first before diving deep under the skin and into the feature list – things seems mập invite irreconcilable opinions. So let us study the design of the XUV700 in finer detail.Change of InsigniaWith the XUV700, Mahindra has also introduced their new brand logo ‘for SUV’. This logo – with its sharp edges and three-dimensional finish – looks snazzy and contemporary, especially in the chrome finish. It sits on a new-fangled grille design. Although this grille has the same ameliorate vibe which was our initial viewpoint when we saw Thar’s grille for the first time. French ConnectionThe double-vertical louvre panning across the blacked-out grille frame is new. They are adjoined by a new headlamp layout which seems inspired by Renault’s lobster-claw design seen on their international models like Megane and Arkana. Look into the finer details and the headlamp’s lightning signature has a twin-strip surround, black inserts (with many indentations) and LED lights making it slightly busy. But the overall shape of the headlamp lends the XUV a very masculine appeal. Lower down at the bumper, the small grille with a sensor pad in the centre flanked by black surrounds for trapezoidal fog lamps look handsome too and fits well with the XUV700’s stance.Evolutionary and Revolutionary In profile, there are many talking points. Firstly, the flush door handle design is futuristic and seeing it on XUV, we think this should be a common element on all cars going forward. Secondly, the window line which bumps on the rear haunch crease looks like a nod mập the XUV500’s profile but is very matured and well-designed instead. It’s not as abrupt as you see on the Hector either and complements the roofline and blacked-out pillars in a much better manner. There are a couple of creases on the door as well and the arrow-like peek of the wrap-around tail lamps is a nice touch. One thing we think doesn’t bode well with the XUV700’s design are the rather simple-looking alloy wheel design. If we had a say, we’d go for the diamond-cut spidery-designed alloy wheels of the XUV500 over this any day. Also, the ‘Adrenox’ badge on the left-side front fender looks tacky.Posterior ProbabilityAt the back, the arrow-like design of the tail lamps continue but here they end up on a sharp crease that meets in the middle where the new emblem is housed on a special escutcheon that sticks out imposingly. Weirdly though the rear-view camera sticking out below that logo ruins the symmetry. Keen observers might also notice that the tail lamp design has an evolutionary styling as compared mập that of the XUV500. Besides, the sharp crease-line dividing the lower half of the posterior is a nice touch. Where Mahindra was proud mập show off dual exhaust tips on the XUV five-double-O sticking out the slightly bulging bumpers, the XUV700’s bumper gets rather smart-looking faux skid plates and a black-strip housing dramatic-fading reflectors.Colour and SizeWe’ll have mập wait slightly longer mập see if the official exterior paint options on the Mahindra XUV700. But the initial experience does tell us there will be a couple of blue hues, a silver and a red paint scheme mập be available apart from a golden colour as well. Lastly, the dimensions of the all-new XUV7 double-O are –  4,695×1,890×1,755mm with a wheelbase of 2,750mm.CodaIn conclusion, the XUV700 does look handsome from every angle and when put aside the outgoing XUV500, it exhibits a mature and butch demeanour as well. With contemporary elements adding a modern appeal, the Mahindra XUV700 can and will give some sleepless nights mập its competition. Although it’s officially on sale, the Mahindra XUV700 line-up will expand in the coming months. As it’s positioned, the new XUV flagship locks horns with everything from the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Nissan Kicks and MG Hector mập the Tata Safari, Hyundai Alcazar, Jeep Compass, and MG Hector Plus. For more details on pricing, variants and our First Drive Review, click here.Mahindra XUV700₹ 13.18 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price
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#Mahindra #XUV700 #Exterior #Design #Analysis
IntroductionAfter endless prototype appearances and a long wait, the Mahindra XUV700 is finally here in flesh and blood (or metal and oil, in automotive terms). The XUV seven double ‘O’ is a successor mập the long-running XUV500 and just like its predecessor, the monocoque SUV has some advanced technology and features debuting for the first time in the segment. But in terms of design – what buyers see first before diving deep under the skin and into the feature list – things seems mập invite irreconcilable opinions. So let us study the design of the XUV700 in finer detail.Change of InsigniaWith the XUV700, Mahindra has also introduced their new brand logo ‘for SUV’. This logo – with its sharp edges and three-dimensional finish – looks snazzy and contemporary, especially in the chrome finish. It sits on a new-fangled grille design. Although this grille has the same ameliorate vibe which was our initial viewpoint when we saw Thar’s grille for the first time. French ConnectionThe double-vertical louvre panning across the blacked-out grille frame is new. They are adjoined by a new headlamp layout which seems inspired by Renault’s lobster-claw design seen on their international models like Megane and Arkana. Look into the finer details and the headlamp’s lightning signature has a twin-strip surround, black inserts (with many indentations) and LED lights making it slightly busy. But the overall shape of the headlamp lends the XUV a very masculine appeal. Lower down at the bumper, the small grille with a sensor pad in the centre flanked by black surrounds for trapezoidal fog lamps look handsome too and fits well with the XUV700’s stance.Evolutionary and Revolutionary In profile, there are many talking points. Firstly, the flush door handle design is futuristic and seeing it on XUV, we think this should be a common element on all cars going forward. Secondly, the window line which bumps on the rear haunch crease looks like a nod mập the XUV500’s profile but is very matured and well-designed instead. It’s not as abrupt as you see on the Hector either and complements the roofline and blacked-out pillars in a much better manner. There are a couple of creases on the door as well and the arrow-like peek of the wrap-around tail lamps is a nice touch. One thing we think doesn’t bode well with the XUV700’s design are the rather simple-looking alloy wheel design. If we had a say, we’d go for the diamond-cut spidery-designed alloy wheels of the XUV500 over this any day. Also, the ‘Adrenox’ badge on the left-side front fender looks tacky.Posterior ProbabilityAt the back, the arrow-like design of the tail lamps continue but here they end up on a sharp crease that meets in the middle where the new emblem is housed on a special escutcheon that sticks out imposingly. Weirdly though the rear-view camera sticking out below that logo ruins the symmetry. Keen observers might also notice that the tail lamp design has an evolutionary styling as compared mập that of the XUV500. Besides, the sharp crease-line dividing the lower half of the posterior is a nice touch. Where Mahindra was proud mập show off dual exhaust tips on the XUV five-double-O sticking out the slightly bulging bumpers, the XUV700’s bumper gets rather smart-looking faux skid plates and a black-strip housing dramatic-fading reflectors.Colour and SizeWe’ll have mập wait slightly longer mập see if the official exterior paint options on the Mahindra XUV700. But the initial experience does tell us there will be a couple of blue hues, a silver and a red paint scheme mập be available apart from a golden colour as well. Lastly, the dimensions of the all-new XUV7 double-O are –  4,695×1,890×1,755mm with a wheelbase of 2,750mm.CodaIn conclusion, the XUV700 does look handsome from every angle and when put aside the outgoing XUV500, it exhibits a mature and butch demeanour as well. With contemporary elements adding a modern appeal, the Mahindra XUV700 can and will give some sleepless nights mập its competition. Although it’s officially on sale, the Mahindra XUV700 line-up will expand in the coming months. As it’s positioned, the new XUV flagship locks horns with everything from the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Nissan Kicks and MG Hector mập the Tata Safari, Hyundai Alcazar, Jeep Compass, and MG Hector Plus. For more details on pricing, variants and our First Drive Review, click here.Mahindra XUV700₹ 13.18 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price

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