Mahindra Scorpio-N Exterior Revealed: All Details Explained In 10 Images

The wraps are finally off of the Scorpio-N, giving us a proper close look at the third generation SUV


It’s here! Finally, the new 2022 Scorpio, which will be called the Scorpio-N, has dropped its camouflage and its exterior has been revealed. You will still have to wait a little longer to look at its interior, though. That said, let’s not get bogged down by that fact as the new Scorpio-N looks suave and properly upmarket. Let's take a closer look at the SUV in our detailed image gallery. 


It looks like Mahindra has taken a safer approach with the Scorpio N’s clothes as design changes are evolutionary rather than groundbreaking. It still has the slatted grille, flanked by a pair of dual-barrel headlights, but now with LED lighting and sequential turn indicators.


Here’s a closer look at the front grille, which now features sleek chrome slats and a tastefully done chrome bar on top of it. Looks neat. Also, the SUV adorns Mahindra’s new Twin-Peaks logo and below it is the camera for the 360-degree camera feature. 


Below that is a sporty bumper with C-shaped LED DRLs enclosing the LED fog lamp and silver colour skid plate. 


In profile, the Scorpio-N still looks familiar thanks to its upright and familiar silhouette design. That said, the lines are smoother and more rounded than before, lending it a premium appeal. You still get a large glass area and the wheel arches have enough muscle for a rugged look.

What also adds to the overall upmarket look are these large dual-tone alloy rims. Its angular design looks sporty and gels well with the Scorpio N’s overall design. 

Mahindra is yet to give a proper look at the Scorpio-N’s rear-end. But from what we can gather from its teaser, the SUV still has a flat and upright tailgate and similar vertically stacked tail lamps design. That said, they are now LED units and have sequential turn indicators a la Audis.  


Like we said, Mahindra is yet to give us a glimpse of its interior. But if you still fancy having a closer look, then check out this link where we detail you through its new features, interior design, and engine options.  

The new Mahindra Scorpio-N is expected to be priced from Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom), putting it in contention with the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, MG Astor, Skoda Kushaq, and Volkswagen Taigun. The Scorpio-N will be sold alongside the existing model, which will be called the Scorpio Classic post the N’s launch featuring a mild facelift.  


We would like to know what you think about the new Scorpio. Do you like its design? What are you expecting from it? And what’s the price you are expecting it to start from? Fire up the comments section below this report.

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