Mahindra to launch Bolero Neo Plus soon in Indian market: Specs leaked

Mahindra will soon re-introduce the TUV300 Plus to the Indian market. They will rename it to “Bolero Neo Plus”. The TUV300 Plus was discontinued in 2020 when BS6 emissions standards came into effect. Now the spyshots and homologation documents of the upcoming SUV have been leaked online. We expect Mahindra to launch the Bolero Neo Plus before the end of this year.

Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus to be launched soon: specs leaked

Bolero Neo Plus will be offered with a 2.2-litre diesel engine belonging to the mHawk family of Mahindra engines. At the moment it is not known whether it is the same 2.2 liter unit of the Scorpio or of the XUV700 and the Thar. That said, it’s very possible that the current Scorpio’s engine will be. The document does not say how many gears the SUV will have. We expect it to get a five-speed manual transmission.

Two driving modes will be offered according to the document. There is a Power mode and an Economy mode. In Power mode, the engine produces 120 PS and in Economy mode, the engine produces 95 PS. The document does not specify the link outputs.

Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus to be launched soon: specs leaked

Seat configuration

Mahindra continues to offer the Bolero Neo Plus in two seating configurations. There will be a 7-seat configuration and a 9-seat configuration. The 7-seat version gets forward-facing third-row seats, and the 9-seat versions come with bounce seats, just like we’ve seen with the Bolero Neo. There will be two front row seats and three second row seats, which essentially means a bench seat.


Mahindra will offer the Bolero Neo Plus in six variants. There is P4 which will only be offered as a 7 seater and then there is P10 which will be offered in multiple variants. In addition, there will be an ambulance version of the SUV.


The Bolero Neo Plus got the same updates that Bolero Neo got when they renamed the TUV300. So there’s a new front grille and bumper design. The headlights and hood have also been redesigned. LED daytime running lights will also be offered. At the rear, the bumper and taillights are slightly modified. The interior will also receive the same updates as the Bolero Neo. So, there could be the Mahindra Thar’s instrument panel, cruise control, new trim design


Bolero Neo Plus is 4,400mm long, 1,795mm wide and 1,812mm high. The SUV has a wheelbase of 2680 mm. In comparison, the Bolero Neo has a length of 3,995 mm, a width of 1,795 mm and a height of 1,817 mm. The wheelbase measures 2680 mm. So, as we can see, the only major difference is the greater length.

Mahindra’s next launch

Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus to be launched soon: specs leaked

Mahindra’s next big launch for the Indian market will be the Scorpio N. It will sit between the Thar and the XUV700. The Scorpio N is the new generation, but the manufacturer will not discontinue the current Scorpio. Instead, they will rename it and call it Scorpio Classic.

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