Remember we mentioned that not all media outlets were in agreement as to whether the Verito Vibe is a hatchback or a notchback? These completely un-camouflaged images of the new Mahindra Verito Vibe settles the debate in its infancy. The Verito Vibe is definitely a hatchback.
The Verito Vibe might have a slightly jarring side profile, but the sharp rake of the C-pillar and the pronounced lip on the tail gate should help it stand out in the crowd.
While we previously noticed the interiors were getting a lot more ‘black’, the exteriors seem to have undergone similar changes. The chrome surround on the Verito’s grille is now replaced with a matt black finish. The headlamps seem to have a black outline too. While Autocar mentions that the front bumper is different we are unable to spot any difference apart from the missing fog lamps. Do let us know in the comments if you managed to spot how the Verito Vibe’s front bumper is different from that of the Verito sedan.
We wonder if the Verito can displace the Indica as one of the more affordable yet astoundingly spacious hatchbacks in the country. The Renault K9K 1.5L diesel engine only sweetes the deal!
Source: Autocar India