Recently, a speculative sketch of the all-new Mahindra Scorpio by Shoeb R Kalania, a well-known car rendering artist, has been revealed on the Internet, revealing its appearance.
The all-new Mahindra Scorpio is in the process of development and is expected to bring about a breakthrough in the SUV’s appearance and performance. The vehicle has not entered its testing phase yet, indicating that we can expect its launch to take place in late 2020/21. After many Mahindra Scorpio renderings, now Shoeb R Kalania, a well-known car rendering artist has come up with a very amazing sketch of the vehicle. Firstly, let’s have a look at the below video to get an idea of how the sketch is created.
Mahindra Scorpio 2020 Sketch
As regards the exterior design, the Scorpio will continue to feature a masculine appearance. The front end will be curvier than the previous version and has been upgraded to comply with the upcoming pedestrian norms. The typical six-slat grille will be provided as a standard feature on the SUV. The high stance, roof rails, 17-inch alloy wheels and a rear door are some of the exterior highlights which will be maintained from the previous model to the all-new one.
The cabin of the new Mahindra Scorpio is expected to feature a wide range of top-notch features. Specifically, a touchscreen infotainment system which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will dominate the centre console. The new model will also be equipped with more comfort equipment including the redesigned seats.
The 2020 Mahindra Scorpio is expected to experience a number of alterations inside out and also in terms of the powertrain options.
In the safety front, the new SUV will ensure both the driver and the passengers a safe journey with numerous safety features. More airbags, ABS, seatbelt reminders, reverse parking sensors and ISOFIF will be offered as standard features while 360-degree camera, reverse parking camera, ESC, hill start assist and traction control system will be available on only the top-spec variants.
Thanks to the hydroformed body-on-ladder platform, the new Scorpio’s weight has been considerably reduced. Besides the weight decrease, the 2020 Scorpio will also have its current 2.2-litre mHawk turbo oil burner discarded and substituted with a BSVI-compliant 2.0-litre diesel motor. The power/torque figure also witnesses an improvement, from 140 BHP/320 Nm to 160 BHP/400 Nm. The transmission duties are expected to be undertaken by 6-speed MT and AT units. A rear wheel drive system will be standard across all the variants while a 4WD one will be offered on the higher trims.