Mahindra didn't have a smooth ride to launch the Roxar. 

The bite-sized off-road SUV debuted in his 2018, but its design found itself in competition with Jeep. 

He looked a little too much like a Jeep CJ. A legal battle ensued 

The bite-sized off-road SUV debuted in his 2018, but its design found itself in competition with Jeep. 

now there's a new revision for the 2022 model year.  

Its front end is a little more generic, but should keep lawyers and lawsuits at bay. 

Mahindra does not appear to have changed except for his face, so there are no major changes to the model. 

nestled in a rectangular opening with rounded corners between two round headlights 

The bonnet is now square, eliminating the taper that created a pair of bulging wheel arches that Jeep didn't particularly like. 

The Roxor 2022 comes in his two flavors, Base and All Weather.  

Both have the same 2.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and his 2-speed transfer his case. 

This engine produces only 62 horsepower (46 kilowatts) but 144 lb-ft (105 Newton-meters) of torque, making it the perfect power source for ranches and farms.