Mahindra launches XUV mobile app

M&M’s blue sense app can control the XUV500 infotainment system

Mahindra & Mahindra has launched the Blue Sense app for its XUV500. The app is supported on the W8 model and comes with a host of features. The app is supported on Android phones and connects to the XUV500’s infotainment system. Users will be able to control the infotainment system through the app and also access information related to climate control, TPMS (Tyre pressure monitoring system), fuel statistics. This will also enable users to keep tabs on important maintenance data. 

Speaking about the app, Mr Rajan Wadhera, chief executive – technology, product development & sourcing, said, “The Mahindra BLUE SENSE® APP is designed to take user experience to the next level. This first-of-its-kind smart app will provide greater convenience, accessibility and information to the driver as well as co-passengers to ensure a safe, pleasurable and hassle-free driving experience. We have ensured that over 41000 existing XUV500 owners can also upgrade their XUV500 with the Mahindra BLUE SENSE® APP.”
 
Existing as well as new XUV500 customers can download the app from the Mahindra website. 

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