Indian automaker Force is expected to showcase its next-generation SUV called the Gurkha in Auto Expo 2020. It was seen being tested on Indian roads in Pune and will be BS6 compliant.

Force Gurkha | Engine Specifications

Gurkha SUV will have an engine which is not much of a surprise for an SUV like this.

  • It will feature a 2.2 Litre BS6 compliant engine.
  • Gurkha will be powered by 140 horses and will have a torque of 321Nm.
  • The next-gen SUV will have a 5-speed manual transmission.
  • The engine will be turbocharged with fixed geometry.

Force Gurkha | Interior/Exterior

The Next gen Force gurkha credit: Autocar.com
The Nextgen Force Gurkha credit: Autocar.com

The Force Gurkha will undergo some minor changes and most according to rumours will be exclusive to high-end variants.

  • Gurkha will loose its double rear pane window and will replace it with a single glass.
  • The body gets minor changes close to the rear wheel.
  • Force is still going with the retro look on the SUV by not changing the headlamp shape.
  • The Force logo in the front was also camouflaged which could indicate some changes coming around it.
  • Higher variants will have a sturdy looking alloy wheel.
  • Force Gurkha will feature a new dashboard, higher-quality seats on higher-end options.
  • It will also have other minor additions to provide more comfort overall to its occupants.

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Force Gurkha | Safety Features

Safety features on the next-gen Force Gurkha will mostly be focused on its capability to go offroad.

  • Force will employ the use of a multi-link suspension system which is better than a generic suspension system providing better cushioning.
  • It will also have a separate off-road gear allowing it the driver to control the car freely without worrying about gear shifts. 

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The next-gen Gurkha will rival Thar, Mahindra TUV 300 Plus and Mahindra Bolero

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