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Unveiled in India, launch October 2 New Mahindra Thar
The new Thar has been launched in India today by Mahindra and Mahindra. On October 2 in the country the second generation Thar will be launched. In its new incarnation, the Mahindra Thar has more powerful BS6 compliant petrol and diesel motors with manual and automatic transmission options, as well as updated externals and interiors. The new Mahindra Thar has a 2.0 liter T-GDI petrol engine, mStallion 150, which produces a power output of a maximum of 150bhp and a maximum torque of 320 nm. A turbocharged turbo-powered engine with maximum 130 bhp power and maximum twisting power of 300Nm is also available. The MT and AT (torque converter) choices of each mill are 6-speed and MT 6-sped. The second-generation Mahindra Thar is a regular 4WD fitment to the delight of any enthusiast. The SUV is based on the third-generation vehicle manufacturer's vehicle-on-frame architecture. It's brand new to suspension. The new Thar has a 650 mm water wading range and a 226 mm soil clearance. A new grill, flanked by round headlamps, has an revised front for Mahindra Thar, the second generation. The front punch was restructured and the fog lamps are installed. Driven DRLs in the SUV are also available. The 18-inch alloy wheels are sweet. There has also been a tuning of the latest Mahindra Thar back. Here you find new tail lights. The days are gone when Thar has nothing to glorify in the cabin. The new Thar has a plumbing cabin with some modern clothes and whistles, which also attracts frequent buyers or even lovers. The front seats can be adjusted in height. Mahindra and Mahindra say that in the second generation Thar, they have used quality fabric upholstery. A new infotainment device is available with a 7-inch touchscreen. This is a brand new instrument cluster with a TFT monitor. The polyvalent steering wheel has voice, audio and cruise controls. There are also speakers on the roof in the Thar at this time. Mahindra and Mahindra have added some of their top-notch safety features to the new Thar. In addition to standard fitting systems such as dual airbags, ABS, central locking and rear parking aids, Thar second generation has a tyrestronics and pneumatic direction control system. The Mahindra Thar second generation comes in two groups – AX and LX. The Thar AX series features a set, soft top and a 6-seater configuration for a pull-down top or hard top. In the LX series, customers can choose between a convertible top or a hard top with just four seats