The Verito Vibe has been spotted with slightly tweaked interiors. IAB points out the black accents around the aircon vents which are different from the aluminium finish on the Verito, as well as a similar black shade on the central console as opposed to the aluminium finish on the Verito. The seats also seem to be dual tone.
The sub 4m Verito is being called a hatchback by some, and notchback by others. A detailed spec sheet should clarify the positioning of the Vibe.
Pravin Shah, Chief Executive, Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, said “Customer centric innovation has always been at the heart of any product development at the Mahindra Group. The Verito Vibe marks our entry in the high volume sub 4 metre segment. While developing this product we have paid particular attention to making this car look different and we are sure that it will appeal to customers with its young and sporty looks and that too without compromising the benefits which our existing Verito has to offer.”
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