Mahindra is making sure that the upcoming XUV700 creates buzz in the minds of the customers. The manufacturer has teased a new feature called ‘Driver Drowsiness detection’, which is a safety feature that alerts the driver when drowsy. The system could use steering inputs and driving behaviour to judge whether the driver needs to be alerted or not. Mahindra has already revealed XUV700’s Auto booster headlamps, largest in segment ‘Skyroof’, personalised safety alerts, and smart door handles. The car will be revealed in August this year.