The XUV700 is will be available in both 5-seater and 7-seater configurations. Under the hood, the XUV700 gets the option of 185-hp mHawk 2-litre diesel and 200-hp mStallion petrol engine. mHawk with a manual transmission generates 420 Nm of peak torque while the automatic churns out 450 Nm of peak torque. The petrol on the other hand puts out 380 Nm of peak torque. The Diesel engine offers three drive modes: Zip (city), zap (power), zoom (take off).
Interestingly, the XUV700 will be the first SUV in the segment to offer A-DAS (advance driver assistance system) and optional four-wheel drive. Two variants are: MX and Adrenox (A3, A5 and A7).
Adrenox is the intelligent processor that commands the XUV700, which also makes it a connected SUV. The dashboard sits dual 10.25-inch screens and the XUV700 offers a digital cockpit as well. The infotainment also features Alexa AI built-in system.
Among other creature comforts, XUV700 offers 12-speaker Sony system, 360-degree surround view, 60-connected car, dual-zone climate control, self-adjusting driver seats during ingress or egress.
In terms of safety, XUV700 will offer up to 7 airbags, camera and radar technology calibrated 360-degree view, driver attention alert, dynamic stability control.
The launch is expected in September.