The majority of the SUV’s features, however, will be carried over from the current generation. Power windows, a 12V accessory plug, Bluetooth audio streaming, keyless entry, a digital gauge cluster, and an engine stop-start system are all standard.

Talking about safety, the new Bolero will be given driver airbag, anti-lock braking system (ABS), rear parking sensor and front seatbelt.

The first will be a 2.2-liter mHawk diesel, while the second will be a 2.0-liter turbo-petrol. Both manual and automatic transmissions will be made available with these engines.

It’s likely that the price of the new Mahindra Bolero will go up after it’s had a number of significant upgrades. Bolero models currently range in price from 9.78 Lakh to 10.79 Lakh. All listed prices are “ex-showroom.”