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Production-ready 2022 Mahindra Scorpio’s continue road testing

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Mahindra is testing the all-new Scorpio, which is likely to make its debut soon in the Indian market. The new Scorpio has been under test for quite some time now, and new spy shots of the vehicle lead us to believe that the Scorpio is nearly production-ready. The final production model also appears to be bigger and better as compared to the previous model. The brand is also likely to offer improved engine and gearbox options as well as the latest generation comfort and convenience features on the new Scorpio. 

2022 Mahindra Scorpio – Spy shot Details

The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio in the final production-ready avatar has been spotted road testing around Mumbai. We believe that the car is now in the final stages, and the final SUV is likely to come with all the equipment which we can see on the test mule here. The Scorpio test mule appears to come with Mahindra’s latest double peaks logo and the new grille with thin slats. The new Scorpio also appears to come with a long bonnet, and the hood-scoop is now missing.

Spyshots reveal that the new Scorpio will come with multi-spoke alloy wheels shod is wide MRF Wanderer rubber tyres. The SUV also appears to come with sleeker headlamps with multiple light units on the front, fog lights on the bumper and vertically arranged taillamps. The car also appears to come with a large daylight opening for third-row occupants. The new Scorpio also comes with a progressive roofline and could also feature a panoramic sunroof on top-spec models.

Also, expect the third-row seating to be forward-facing on the new Scorpio. This could have been done in light of safety. The car is also likely to come in multiple seating configurations and may get captain seats on the higher-spec variants. Mahindra is also likely to offer the latest generation infotainment system with Connected features, improved sound system, safety and comfort. Engine details of the new Scorpio are not available yet, but the brand is likely to use the same power units as with the Thar and XUV700.

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