The much-awaited Sooryavanshi trailer has been launched and it’s filled with a number of the coolest vehicles and bikes that you’d see, together with a Mahindra Marksman Armoured SUV being pushed by Ajay Devgn.
- Last Updated: March 9, 2020, 12:35 PM IST
Think of the Bollywood motion film Singham and chances are high that you simply is perhaps pondering of the now-iconic scene of Ajay Devgn stepping out of a Scorpio which is drifting on the again. Now, that has been recreated by the Bollywood celebrity within the upcoming Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh and Katrina Kaif starrer known as Sooryavanshi.
The Sooryavanshi trailer was launched on March 1, 2020, the place all of those actors could be seen pulling spectacular stunts on a number of the most iconic cars together with the likes of the Ducati Monster, Land Rover Defender and naturally, the scene that we’re referring to – the ‘Singham’ entry by Ajay Devgn on the Mahindra Marksman Armoured SUV.
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While the Scorpio is a improbable SUV in its personal proper, the Mahindra Marksman takes it a number of notches above, fairly actually as it’s based mostly on the Mahindra Scorpio however is a closely modified model of it.
The Mahindra Marksman provides safety in opposition to small arms fireplace and underbelly grenade assaults and is Ideal for Border Protection and Riot Control. Marksman is designed as an armoured capsule-based mild bulletproof automobile and it supplies safety to the personnel of defence, paramilitary and police.
Armoured to Level B6, the Mahindra Marksman has a Coppola machine gun mount with 270-degree traverse and safety. Five-sided armouring of the passenger compartment (roof and verticals) to supply safety in opposition to 5.56x45mm SS109 ammunition.
It additionally has a Floor blast safety in opposition to detonation of two DM-51 German ordnance hand grenades or equal. The Ballistic metal inside body supplies overlap and backup safety for affect areas, equivalent to doorways and home windows.
The Mahindra Marksman shares its platform with the Scorpio and there are two engine choices powering the Marksman – both a 2.2-litre mHawk CRDe turbo-diesel engine or a 2.6-litre turbocharged DI engine. While the CRDe produces 120 bhp, the DI produces 115 bhp of energy and each the engines are paired to a 5-speed guide transmission.