Since the introduction of the Mahindra Scorpio N in 2022, digital car designers have the opportunity to unleash their imagination to invent unique iterations of the amazing SUV.
SRK Designs has developed the Getaway pickup version of the recently unveiled 2022 Mahindra Scorpio N. As a rugged SUV by nature, it is ideal for serving as a solid foundation on which to build SUVs. The new Scorpio N will arrive on June 27, 2022 and will be sold with the current model, which will be renamed the Scorpio Classic. Let’s take a look at the unique digital broadcasts of “Grandfather of SUVs”, as Mahindra calls it so far.
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2022 Scorpio Getaway Pickup
The overall silhouette reminds us of the original version of the Scorpio Getaway pickup, one of the first trucks on the market. Compared to the original product, the face of this iteration is not much distorted, but there are a few changes to make it more aggressive, such as a sliding board for research and a radiator grille on the back. The hood folds give a special character to the SUV. It has a black side column with a chrome belt under it, functional roof rails, dark chrome door handles and a solid black and silver finish.
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In addition, the prominent wheel arches are sufficiently filled with massive alloy wheels with SUV tires that seem to be able to conquer any terrain. The extended cargo compartment completes the exterior of the pickup with an auxiliary light fixture mounted on the rear that is visible above the roof. The cargo bed has convenient rails or bars for tying luggage. All in all, this is something the Mahindra 2022 Scorpio N will be thinking about putting into production after launch.
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The exact specifications of the 2022 Mahindra Scorpio will only be revealed during the official launch, 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. Prices in the former showroom can range from Rs 14 crore to Rs 20 crore.