Mahindra Scorpio-N Interior Live Photos – Official Launch Tomorrow

The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio-N has become the centre of attraction even before its official debut. The SUV is slated to launch on June 27th (tomorrow), and new information is coming out every day related to it. In the same way, a fresh set of spy photos has been posted on a Youtube channel named “Her Garage.”

In the photos, we can see the elegantly designed cabin of the all-new Scorpio-N. Mahindra has offered the interior in a dual-tone finish and the material used on the dashboard is soft-touch. The infotainment cluster has a sophisticated design and it is surrounded by chrome. The cabin also gets a Type-C charging port and a new steering wheel with Mahindra’s butterfly logo.

White Mahindra Scorpio-N Top Model Spotted - Live Photos
White Mahindra Scorpio-N Top Model Spotted – Live Photos

Talking about the exterior, the rear profile in the pictures looks quite simple, and the only thing that is being tried to make attractive is the tail light section. It seems like the taillight design draws inspiration from the Volvo XC90 premium SUV. However, it doesn’t justify the XC90’s taillight styling. The use of chrome to a good extent on the bumper and door handles might entice SUV lovers.

The All-New Scorpio-N will redefine the D-segment SUV category and has been engineered ground-up to meet the aspirations of the young and tech-savvy customers looking for an authentic full-size SUV. Tough yet sophisticated, the All-New Scorpio-N is a head-turner with a bold and imposing design and commanding driving position. The #BigDaddyOfSUVs boasts premium interiors and will come loaded with a host of advanced modern features and the latest technology.

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.

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