The Force Gurkha’s five-door variant was spotted at a dealership, which suggests that the car’s market debut is getting closer.
Force Gurkha five-door spied recently at dealership
In many aspects, the five-door Gurkha resembles its three-door sibling. Its front end, headlights, bumpers, taillights, and snorkel intake all seem to have been taken directly from another vehicle. Two more doors, new alloy wheels, an increase in length, and a resulting larger wheelbase are among the most noticeable modifications.
Force Gurkha five-door Expected Price
The five-door Gurkha will probably come standard with a low-range transmission, front and rear manual locking differentials, and 4WD. It will compete with the future five-door versions of the Maruti Jimny and Mahindra Thar, both of which are scheduled to go on sale next year, and is expected to price nearly Rs 16 lakh (ex-showroom).
It is predicted to launch in the upcoming months. Identical to the three-door vehicle in appearance, but with several clear visual distinctions. The inside is unaltered, and the features are all the same.
Force Gurkha five-door Interior details
Even on the inside, there are many similarities between the Gurkha five-door and its three-door sister. The dark gray dashboard is still present, and the majority of the equipment—including the touchscreen infotainment system and manual air conditioning—appears to be carried over as well. Even the center console’s and the front power window’s layouts are similar.
Several seating configuration choices, including a bench seat or captain’s chairs for the second row and opposite-facing jump seats or captain’s chairs for the third row, are expected to be offered with the Gurkha five-door, according to our sources. The five-door Gurkha had already been shown in spy photos featuring jump seats in the third row as well as captain’s chairs in the second and third rows.