Mahindra is Quanto is expected to get facelift in India in the coming months. The Quanto facelift, which is in its testing phase in the country, has been snapped once again, giving us one more set of photos to add to our long list of the sightings in the country before its launch.
Caught on camera by the folks at MotorBash while undergoing test on Mumbai-Pune Expressway, the prototype of Quanto facelift was seen camouflaged, but it is not difficult to get a good sense of the changes made to the model.
From the images, what is immediately apparent are the re-worked headlights and daytime running light LEDs. The model is likely to get re-worked front bumper and front grille along with new rear bumper and tail lights.
Inside the cabin, the facelifted avatar of Quanto is likely to get new steering wheel, dashboard and updated music system. The engine line-up of new Quanto facelift is expected to be the same 1.5-litre three-cylinder diesel engine, which can pump in 100bhp at 3,750rpm and 240Nm of torque between 1,600-2,800rpm and is likely to get improved suspension and driving dynamics.
Mahindra is also expected to launch the face-lifted model of its XUV500 in the country soon. Caught on camera numerous times, XUV500 facelift likely to carry over the same 2.2-litre four-cylinder mHawk diesel mill, which currently generates a power of 140bhp at 3,750rpm and a peak torque of 330 Nm at 1,600-2,800rpm.