The SUV will be smaller in size than its predecessor and will sit below the XUV700.
The SUV has been on test for quite some time now and should be launched in the market pretty soon.
The SUV looks to be ready to be put into mass production as its launch nears.
The cluster, touchscreen system and whole car in fact seem to be ready to enter production.
The test mule had LED headlights, dual-display screens on the dash and a panoramic sunroof as well.
The SUV's party piece is likely to be the new dashboard and Mercedes-esque dual screen layout.
As lighting is set to be the new bling, Mahindra has given the new XUV500 a set of striking headlights.