If the latest reports are anything to go by, Mahindra's long-rumoured mini-SUV S101 is reportedly getting ready to hit the Indian market in January.

A report on MotorOctane claims the launch of S101, earlier expected in December this year, has been postponed to January 2016 as the company is currently focusing on its new TUV300. The report add that Mahindra S101 is likely to be monikered XUV100 in India.

Mahindra, which launched its TUV300 in September, has received more than 12,000 bookings in the country. The company is currently utilising its Chakan facility for the production of the TUV300.

Mahindra S101, the sub-4-metre micro-SUV which has been going through its testing regime in India for the past couple of months, will rival Maruti Suzuki WagonR, the upcoming Tata Kite and Datsun Redi-Go in India.

Built on an all-new monocoque platform, S101 is likely to be powered by 1.2-litre diesel and petrol mills.

Inside the cabin, the pictures show piano-black accent to the centre console, with a chrome touch around it, the AC vents and on the steering wheel. A small display placed on top can also be seen.

The gear-lever is mounted on the dashboard and door panels get silver and piano-black accents.