The Force Gurkha 5 door for 2022 is in the works. It’s based on the three-door Gurkha that’s now on the market in India. The success of the three-door Gurkha and three-door Thar has convinced Force and Mahindra that there is a market for five-door versions as well. Both manufacturers want to release five-door versions of their current SUVs. The Gurkha 5 door will be the first of the two to be released, possibly later this year. The Thar 5 door is set to open in 2023 or 2024. The Force Gurkha 5 door SUV has been spotted in new spy pictures, revealing some new elements.
New Spy Shots from the 2022 Force Gurkha 5 Door Pankaj, an automotive enthusiast who shared the exclusive photographs via Rushlane Spylane, is the source of the latest spy shots of the Gurkha 5 door. It is intended to be similar in form to the three-door variant, with the exception that it will be longer to allow the third row of seating.
It now features a more solid posture, as well as a revised chassis and body shell that meet more demanding crash test and pedestrian safety standards. It has a single-slat front grille, rounder headlamps, fog lamps, LED DRLs, revised bumpers, and a snorkel intake.
LED tail lamps are also standard on the 2022 Force Gurkha 5 door, which sits on 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels with 245/70 tires. Its off-roading stance is enhanced by prominent wheel arches and bodywork. Similar to the 3 doors, Force Motors will sell an accessory kit for the new Gurkha 5 door. There will be a roof-mounted luggage carrier, snorkel, and a spare wheel installed on the tailgate.
Interiors and Engine Specifications
It also receives a number of enhancements. With six forward-facing seats, the cabin will have a different design. The new Gurkha will also get power windows, remote locking, and manual air conditioning. A redesigned dashboard design, a central console, and a touchscreen infotainment system are also included. Dual airbags, rear parking sensors, ABS, and EBD are among the safety features included in the digital MID, which is located between the tachometer and speedometer.
The same 2.6-liter diesel engine that powers the three-door variant will power the Force Gurkha in 2022. It may, however, be upgraded to produce more torque and power. It will also have a four-wheel drive and manual differential locks operated by levers. As of yet, no price estimates have been released, however, the Gurkha 5 door could cost around Rs 1 lakh more than the 3 doors Gurkha. It will compete with the forthcoming Jimny 5 door, in addition to Thar “as read and reported by www.rushlane.com”.