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Mahindra have teased the seven- and eight-seat cabin layout of the soon-to-be-unveil MPV, the Marazzo, earlier known by its codename, U321.

The new pictures shared by the company reveals that the seven-seat version will get captain seats on the second row. The eight-seater variant will get a bench seat for the second row, which is split in 40:20:40 configuration.

Mahindra Marazzo seven seater cabin layoutMahindra Marazzo seven seater cabin with folding captain seatsEight seater Mahindra Marazzo with second row bench seatEight seater Mahindra Marazzo with folded down second row

Being one of the largest vehicles to be produced by Mahindra, the Marazzo promises to offer a spacious cabin, which can also be seen in the teaser images. The boot-space, however, isn’t the most generous and would only fit only a couple of small suitcases. Obviously, one can fold down the third row to free up more usable space.

Earlier the dashboard of the Mahindra Marazzo was revealed by the company, which shows a black-and-beige layout with silver highlights. The higher variants of the MPV are expected to be offered with leatherette seat upholstery and a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Also on offer will be automatic climate control and dedicated air-vents for the three rows of seat.

Marazzo interior
As we had mentioned before, the new Marazzo is the first car from the manufacturer to be developed at the Mahindra North American Technical Centre and will be available with a new diesel motor. Mahindra claim the architecture for the new Marazzo is very unique, and have collaborated with all Mahindra studios to develop the car – the Mahindra Design Studio, Pininfarina, Mahindra Research Valley, and Mahindra North American Technical Centre. Pininfarina have closely overseen the design development of the new car, which boasts of extensive shark-inspired design elements. Mahindra promise a best-in-class ride for the new car, along with a more refined engine. The car has the largest footprint of any Mahindra vehicle at 47.5 sq ft. The name ‘Marazzo’ is derived from the shark world in the Basque language which is a sub-language in Spanish.

Speaking at the name reveal, Dr Pawan Goenka, Managing Director, M&M Ltd said, “The shark-inspired Marazzo symbolizes the next-generation of aspirational Mahindra vehicles. A collaborative effort of Pininfarina, Mahindra Design Studio, MNATC and MRV, Marazzo is born of a vision to design a global vehicle with quality and refinement keeping in mind the aspirations of our customers.”

Further details for the new Mahindra MPV will be made available as its launch date closes in. Follow here for more.


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