The new Scorpio looks larger and more upmarket in latest spy images.
The next generation Mahindra Scorpio has been spotted in production guise for the first time.
The new Scorpio looks larger than the outgoing model and features a completely new look. The front fascia is dominated by a typical Mahindra grille with vertical slats. The SUV has twin-pod headlamps, which may feature integrated LED daytime running lights.
The SUV has an upright rear fascia with a side-hinged tailgate. It also has ORVMs with integrated turn indicators, roof rails, side steps and is riding on multi-spoke alloy wheels. Unlike the new XUV500, the Scorpio gets pull-type door handles.
The new Scorpio (codenamed: Z101) is expected to be based on a ladder frame chassis. It could be offered with a 2.0-litre diesel engine producing 158 BHP, paired with either a 6-speed manual or an automatic transmission. The SUV is expected to be launched around mid-2021.
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