Mahindra Scorpio 2020 has been spotted doing road test for several times. Based on the spy shots, a rendering of the new Scorpio was produced.
Next-gen Mahindra Scorpio is scheduled to launch next year. The near-production model has been captured on multiple occasions during its road tests. Based on the spy shots, a rendering of the new Scorpion was drafted by IndianAutoBlogs team. Before Mahindra officially drops hints for its new-gen Scorpio, let’s take a look at the rendering version first.
New-gen Mahindra Scorpio will be introduced next year
The upcoming model will see a substantial shift from the current version. One of the most noticeable changes in the new Scorpio is the increase in its width and height, which is also portrayed on the rendering. Those spy shots also suggest that the rear end will receive a comprehensive makeover with a completely new tailgate design and taillight housing. Moreover, the current upright and boxy design of the Scorpio will make way for a raked-back silhouette on the rear greenhouse, which makes the SUV appear more attractive and contemporary. The front bonnet also looks curvier. A new set of wheels leverages the modern look of the new Scorpio even more. That being said, the new Scorpio still embraces what essentially make it a Scorpio.
Mahindra Scorpio 2020 will see some substantial cosmetic updates.
No spy pictures of the Scorpio’s interior are available at the moment. However, according to some sources, the next-gen Scorpio will come with a larger dashboard. The dash will also see some rearrangements, for example, the horizontally-set air vents will be replaced by vertically-put units. Mahindra will also deliver plenty of major twists to the interior, including a new touchscreen infotainment system, refreshed instrument cluster, a brand-new gear knob, steering wheel and control stalks. Some of these are new to the Scorpio but reused from the Mahindra Marazzo as a way to keep the development cost under check.
In terms of powertrain, Mahindra Scorpio is going to feature a BSVI-compliant 2.0-litre diesel engine that delivers a maximum power of 160 PS. This engine is lighter than the existing 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine by 80 kg. It will be mated with either a 6-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission. The new generation will be available with an optional all-wheel-drive system. If you want to keep updated about the automobile industry, visit our site - IndianAuto.com