Mahindra Scorpio With Ultra-luxurious Maharaja Seats

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 01/05/2020
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The seats of this Mahindra Scorpio get an aftermarket treatment to offer extra support to the occupants.

Mahindra Scorpio has been recently updated to comply with the new emission norms. The Scorpio is highly loved by the Indian audience for its massive road presence and capability to take on the bad patches of the road effortlessly. However, the car is not all that comfy on the inside. The interior on the Scorpio is plain and bland. The seats do not offer much support either. Therefore, customers can often be seen opting for aftermarket additions to improve the seating comfort of the car. Here’s a video of a Scorpio with altered seats that look super comfortable. The video is from the YouTube channel of Car Stylein.

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It can be seen in the video that modifier has re-fabricated the Scorpio’s front chairs and the rear bench. Also, a mild transformation to the car’s dashboard and other plastic panels has been done. Starting with the seats first, the modifier calls the front chairs as “Maharaja Seats”. Fair enough, they do look like thrones. The seats have been added with extra padding around the shoulders and feature extra thigh support. They are finished in artificial leather in a combination of black and tan. The seats also feature a quilted texture with golden stitching all around. This theme has been carried over to the rear bench as well. However, the rear bench has not been fitted with any extra padding at any place.

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Mahindra Scorpio With Ultra-luxurious Maharaja Seats

The front seats on this Mahindra Scoprio look a lot more comfortable than the stock affair

The black-tan colour theme is continued over and around the door panels, gear lever boot, and steering wheel. The centre console of the dashboard and the door panels of the car have been fitted with faux wood trims. No change has been made to the exterior of the car, apart from an aftermarket radiator grille. The modifier claims that the cost of this job was around Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 40,000. Although, the cost varies according to the choice of material, colour, and the type of seats that a customer opts for. It took the modifier around 4 days to complete this job. Also, a lifetime warranty is offered on this modification with guaranteed door-step service.

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