Mahindra’s design dexterity will also be equipped with inescapable futuristic connected technologies. The car will be accompanied by a fabulous mini design studio at the venue to grabs the attention of the attendees revealing what went behind the car’s design, right from the idea, conceptual development and final Stinger aero design.
While the Mahindra Stinger concept may be not into production, if it does, Mahindra might consider powering the SUV with its in-house 1.5-litre mHawk diesel engine. The oil burner is capable of pumping out a maximum power of 100 BHP while developing a peak torque of 240 Nm. This engine should come mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, while the company might also introduce a 6-speed AMT transmission as an option. That said, Mahindra will also be showcasing the all-new Rexton, the new Mahindra U321 and the two new futuristic electric drives concepts.
We can imagine the concept layout to be aggressive. Expect blazed wheel arches, bolder wheels, a steeply tapered roofline, though the busy rear fascia can be reduced from the sketch.
The Convertible SUV Concept, much similar to its donor drive, will measure four meters less in length. Hence, safely expect the car to benefit from leisure in taxes, in case Mahindra starts it to production. We can expect that the Stinger will get a new updated version of the TUV’s 1.5-litre mHawk turbocharged diesel engine. The upgraded motor will give a maximum power of 101 hp along with the highest torque of 240 Nm.
The rear of the SUV looks like a sports car. It has a lot of sharp edges with sleek lights which give it a sexy, sporty look. The all-new Stinger design will be Mahindra’s show stopper at the Auto Expo 2018. In terms of size, it will be as bold as the TUV300, which might be the SUV, the Stinger is based on. Powering the SUV TUV300’s 3-cylinder mHawk100 diesel engine generates 100PS of power.