Watch! Force Motors India teases new ''Gurkha'' ahead of launch
Watch! Force Motors India teases new ''Gurkha'' ahead of launch

Force Motors India unveiled the new-generation Force Gurkha at the Auto Expo 2020, and the firm has teased the off-road SUV many times since then, implying that it would be released soon. Despite the fact that we would have seen the new Force Gurkha much sooner, the pandemic put a stop to the company's efforts. However, the all-new Force Gurkha is about to hit the market. The new Force Gurkha will compete on the market against the Mahindra Thar and the Maruti Suzuki Jimny, if the Indian automaker decides to bring it to our shores.

The new Force Gurkha will most likely be available in three-door and five-door versions, with significant external and interior changes. The new Force Gurkha will come with a redesigned grille and a new pair of headlights with LED treatment. The front bumper is redesigned, but the Gurkha will keep the snorkel, much like its predecessor. Over the front fenders, the turn indicators are installed. The taillights have been modified for a much more contemporary look at the back, and these, too, maybe LED. The wheels have a new design that improves the profile. As previously stated, the spare wheel is placed on the tailgate. The bulging wheel arches and claddings add to the go-anywhere looks of the new Gurkha. Completing the look are 16-inch alloy wheels shod with 245/70 tubeless tyres.

Inside, we expect Force Motors to completely revamp the cabin with a slightly plush treatment to the dashboard, which could also play with dual-tone healing. An all-black treatment is also on the charts. Force will offer the new Gurkha a new touchscreen infotainment system, and replace the steering wheel with a new 3-spoke design. The remaining could be standard features that usually find a place in this kind of off-road SUV.

The heart of the new Force Gurkha will most likely feature a BS6 2.6-litre diesel engine with 90bhp and 260Nm of peak torque, sending all that torque to all four wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission. Keeping up with its off-road credentials, the Force Gurkha will feature independent front suspension and a stiff rear axle to ensure the vehicle is capable of some serious wheeling.



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