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New headlamp elements and front grill lend the XUV500 a more upmarket look.
New, larger grill gets black surrounds sandwiched by thick chrome. The 24 chrome studs within the grill look very premium.
The chrome strip on the doors and roof rail design are new, but can easily be missed on first glance.
The heavily redesigned tailgate and new tail lamps give the XUV500 a more MPV-like appearance.
The spoiler is new and a lot more prominent than before.
Dual-tone 18-inch wheels fill the XUV's wheel wells really nicely.
While the shape remains the same, the elements inside are new. The horizontal LED DRL strip looks aftermarket.
This engine makes 15hp and 30Nm of torque more than the outgoing version; gets a new turbo with an e-VGT.
Seats are now draped in quilted tan leather upholstery which lifts the cabin's premium appeal.
Soft touch materials, piano black inserts and faux-leather on the dashboard look and very upmarket now.
Touchscreen remains the same. However, the sound is now tuned by Arkamys and the tweeters are re-positioned.
BlueSense app can now be synced with your Android or Apple smartwatch and can control several functions like audio, climate control etc.
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