The upcoming Mahindra Scorpio N is the most anticipated SUV on the Indian market and we have put together everything you need to know before the June 27 release.
The launch of the new Mahindra Scorpio N marks the beginning of a new era with a convenient, modern and urban version of the popular utilitarian Scorpio in India. Interestingly, the new Scorpio N will be sold with an existing model that will change its name to Scorpio Classic. This will allow Mahindra not to lose existing Scorpio fans who appreciate the robust and utilitarian aspect of the SUV, but also bring together new customers who are looking for the convenience of Scorpio.
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Things you need to know before launching Mahindra Scorpio N.
Currently, the exterior design is well advertised. In conclusion, the front of the Scorpio N is equipped with chrome-plated vertical panels, a new airtight hood, C-shaped LED DRLs that surround the fog lamps on the bumper, dual LED lamps. a cluster of projector LED headlights, a sliding shoulder plate, elegant alloy wheels, a side staircase for better entry and exit, a chrome strip under the window like the former XUV500, a vertically assembled LED taillight with a sports bumper on the back.
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Interior and features
We also reported on a video showing the Scorpio N salon. The control panel is inspired by the two-tone matte and black theme, metal inserts, sports steering wheel with controls, high-quality Sony audio system, plenty of storage, a large digital instrument display with the latest connectivity, XUV500. AC fans, electric hatch, etc. Expect the new Scorpio cabin to be very premium.
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The exact specifications of the 2022 Mahindra Scorpio 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 basic petrol model could start at Rs 14.50 lakhs in the former showroom.