Meet 2-Seater Mahindra Scorpio Mountaineer Featuring Maxxis Bighorn Tyres

Mahindra Scorpio Mountaineer is an officially customized version of the SUV with head-turning looks and impressive stance. At present, the brand is offering customization options on almost every stock car and the Mountaineer can be had on both 4×2 and 4×4 variants of the Scorpio.

The increased ability and powerful presence of the car can be enjoyed better in the 4×4 guise as components used here support rough road driving and helps you explore the unknown places in a better way. Mahindra is not just offering a body kit as buyers will also get an enhanced suspension, better tyres and a different set of bumpers for the SUV.

The high-performance shocks on the advanced multi-link suspension help the driver get over every possible obstacle while 17-inch alloy wheels with Maxxis Bighorn tyres guarantee exceptional grip over the surface. The alloy wheels are finished in gloss black shade while additions to the body are more than the expectations.

The side profile now flaunts a two-seat capacity with a covered deck for the remaining length. The car looks more like a Getaway from this profile but here, the seating is restricted to two only. The fenders of the Scorpio Mountaineer have been offered a thick cladding with integrated indicators.

The front CRC metal bumper improves the off-road capability by improving the angle of approach while functional snorkel adds better water wading to the specifications. The stock headlight has been replaced with a three-piece unit while the front bumper also has two neat fog light inserts into it.

The rear end of the Mahindra Scorpio Mountaineer features a spare tyre holder like the stock car but the space over the tail light is now empty with the use of pick-up body style. The exhaust exits are total four in number while how many are functional is not known. You can click here to visit the official website of Mahindra Customization Studio to know more about the Scorpio Mountaineer.

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