The arrival of the new Mahindra Scorpio N may lead to a slight change in the design style of the existing Scorpio Classic.
According to various spy pictures we have seen so far, Mahindra Scorpio Classic (the current model) will receive a new styling package for the front fascia when the new Scorpio N re-enters the market. It is scheduled to launch on June 27. , the new Mahindra Scorpio N is designed for those who are looking for a comfortable and affordable SUV with the durability of a modern Scorpio. On the other hand, the current model has some adjustments to suit people with tight budgets and may lower prices. It should be noted that the current generation of popular SUVs, despite its age, is in great demand. It is also clear that the next genetic model will be more expensive, which makes sense, at least to continue with the lower edges.
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Mahindra Scorpio Classic revised styling
The spy picture above shows a semi-camouflage test mule with a hidden front. It looks like the picture was taken in a workshop. The hood of the SUV was opened. However, the point of this image is the area of the front grid. This is similar to what we saw in the new Scorpio N photos posted by Mahindra a few days ago. The vertical plates on the front are reminiscent of Mahindra’s design philosophy of the new era. The grid may also have chrome trim.
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In addition, the lower bumper and radiator grille look new. This gives the veteran SUV a new perspective with a sporty look. It would be interesting to see what other external modifications Mahindra decided to make in the Scorpio Classics. There may also be a number of upgrades to the interior of the SUV, which has not been modified in a long time.
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The exact specifications of the 2022 Mahindra Scorpio N will only be revealed during its official debut, but the new SUV seems to share its engines and transmission with the Thar. The beginner version of the diesel engine offers 130 PS of power with 2WD format, but higher versions can offer 150 PS with additional 4WD. The petrol version is sold with a 2.0-liter mStallion turbocharged engine producing 150 PS. If possible, the gasoline version will only be available in 2WD format. For both versions of the engine, the transmission options include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic. We also reported that the 2022 Scorpio N base gasoline model could start at 14.50 lakhs from the former showroom.