A first set of images of the updated XUV 500 have surfaced online, showing the model in production guise. Upfront, the updated XUV500 gets slightly reprofiled headlamps with projector units and LED daytime running lamps. The front bumper gets design tweaks as well, with a centre air dam that merges with the grille. At the back, the XUV500 receives major styling changes. The vertical tail-lamps have been replaced by new triangular units placed horizontally, just below the rear windscreen.
Mahindra is expected to load up the XUV500 with premium interiors, featuring leather seating surfaces at least on the higher-spec models. The refreshed XUV will also get soft-touch materials on the dash and an upgraded infotainment system.
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