The company has filed a trademark in the name of Mahindra Xdreno, the news of its use for the new Bolero


The country's leading automaker Mahindra & Mahindra has filed a trademark for the name Mahindra Xadreno in the country. The report claims that this name may be used by the company for the next generation avatar of the Mahindra Bolero SUV. Let us tell you, this SUV of the company will be part of 23 new products for the company's passenger vehicle and CV segment. Of these 23 new models, nine will be SUVs. Including the new Bolero SUV in India.

What's on launch Report: In case you don't remember, the domestic automaker recently revealed that it will invest Rs 17,000 crore over the next three years. And this amount will include ₹12,000 crores for new models in both the passenger vehicles and agricultural sectors. Not only this, but the company has also shared the timeline for the arrival of these upcoming SUVs in India. Going by the trademarked name at the moment, Mahindra Xadreno could be launched in the country as the all-new Mahindra Bolero SUV any time after 2023.

Mahindra Bolero or Bolero Pick-up: Ever since the name 'Xdreno' was trademarked, there has been a buzz in the media that the company could use this name for Bolero or Bolero pickup. Mahindra currently sells three pickup trucks based on the Bolero. These include the Pick-Up, Maxitruck Plus, and Camper. At the same time, the company first launched Bolero 21 years ago. Which is present among Indian customers for a long time.

While the company's mobility range includes electric vehicles such as the Atom, New Treo, and Yudo as well as a new LMM platform in the pipeline, Mahindra will introduce the XUV700 seven-seater later this year and then a new one in early 2022. The next generation Scorpio will be launched.