Mahindra Scorpio-N Interior Fully Revealed – Launch On June 27

Homegrown automaker Mahindra & Mahindra has planned to launch its all-new SUV Scorpio-N on June 27th and the exterior of the SUV has been revealed already. But now the brand has published the video on their official social media handles, unveiling the interior of the Scorpio-N as well. In the video, we find that the maker has offered the car with premium-looking upholstery and a premium-looking colour scheme. 

We are able to see that the Scorpio-N will have captain’s seats in the second row. We also get a look at the bench seat, which will be available in a few different configurations. The inside is finished in a tan-brown and black motif, giving the cabin a highly luxurious appearance. The seats feature holes and are most likely made of leather with white stitching.

While seeing the entire elements shown in the video, we can say that the SUV justifies the tagline “Daddy is a class apart, inside out.” The 8-inch touchscreen display (driven by Mahindra’s AdrenoX software) takes centre stage, surrounded by vertically positioned AC vents. The SUV is finished in brown and black perforated leatherette upholstery with ‘Scorpio N’ badging on the dashboard. 

In addition, the infotainment controls are situated below the touchscreen, with the temperature controls located farther down, followed by a few additional buttons. A 3D Sony sound system, built-in Alexa support, a twin-pod analogue instrument cluster with a 7-inch coloured display and a flat-bottom steering wheel with Mahindra’s new butterfly logo are some of the key features that allure the buyers. 

The homegrown automaker is likely to offer the all-new Scorpio-N with two powertrains: the 2-litre turbo mStallion petrol engine and the 2.2-litre turbo mHawk diesel engine. Both engines will be available with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission. All the required details, including power and torque figures, will be disclosed by Mahindra with the launch of the SUV, though.

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