2022 Mahindra Scorpio N Arrives At Dealer: This Is How Interiors Look Like: Check Pricing, Variants, USPs & More
The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio will be launched in India on 27 June.
Called the Scorpio N, it will be on sale along with the current Scorpio which will also receive some feature updates and be named as Scorpio Classic.
The Scorpio N will be offered in a black and brown color scheme.
It will offer 6 and 7 seating options in a 2+2+2 or 2+2+3 seating arrangement.
The lower trims will get side facing jump seats at the rear.
The second row will have bench type seats or captain seats depending on variant.
The Scorpio N differs from Scorpio Classic in terms of dimensions.
The new avatar is larger than the old, standing at 4,622mm in length, 1,917mm in width and height will stand at 1,849mm (R17 wheels) and 1,857mm (R18 wheels).
It has a wheelbase of 2,750mm.
This makes the N 206mm longer, 97mmm wider and 125mm shorter than the Classic.
Cabin features include an 8 inch touchscreen infotainment system with AdrenoX tech-pack, Sony 3D sound system with roof mounted speakers, wireless phone charging, a semi digital instrument cluster and an electric sunroof.
AdrenoX technology lets passengers easily control the window up/down, cabin temperature and navigation.
The tech also has in-built Alexa integration, voice commands, and 24/7 access to the vehicle data.
There are multiple features ensuring occupants’ safety such as an engine start/stop button, hill hold assist, hill descent assist, traction control, driver drowsiness detection, electronic stability control (ESC), multiple airbags, rear parking camera.
It will be sold in four broad trims of Z2, Z4, Z6, and Z8.
There will be a total of 40 variants out of which 23 will be diesel options, 13 petrol and 4 will be reserved for the Scorpio Classic.
It will be powered by a 2.0 liter mStallion petrol engine making 200 hp power at 5,000 rpm and a 2.2 liter m-Hawk diesel engine that will offer 130 hp power at 3,750 rpm on the lower variants and 172 hp power on top spec variants.
The diesel variants also get three ride modes of Zip, Zap and Zoom.
It will be offered in 2WD and 4WD options with both manual and automatic transmissions.
There is no petrol variant with a 4WD option.
The Scoprio N’s 4X4 version will be called Scorpio-N 4Xplor.
further, it gets sport terrain modes of mud, sand, snow and grass, ensuring there is no issue when adapting to varied road conditions.
The terrain modes can be selected via a rotary dial positioned on the center console.
There are no details of pricing as of yet.
However, it can be expected to come at a premium over the current pricing.
Currently, the Mahindra Scorpio is priced between Rs 13.65 lakh – Rs 18.88 lakh.
It will take on Tata Harrier, Safari, Hyundai Creta, Alcazar and Toyota Fortuner.