The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio N has not been launched yet but the digital designers have begun coming up with iterations appropriate for the facelifted version already.
Creative digital automobile artists have conceptualised the facelifted version of the upcoming 2022 Mahindra Scorpio N. The iconic SUV (Scorpio) is all set to launch in our market on June 27 with the new ‘N’ version representing the new-age version. This version will be catered to the urban audiences who wanted a more luxurious version of Scorpio. For the people wanting the Scorpio in its previous utilitarian and rugged avatar, the current version will be sold alongside the new with the Scorpio Classic badge.
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Mahindra Scorpio N Facelift
Cruise_Rider01 has presented this unique before and after digital iteration of the Mahindra Scorpio N. While at first glance, it might look like there are not too many differences in the two images, look closely and you would find some changes. For instance, the headlamps have a bit more character to them with a sleek LED DRL unit just above the main headlights, the vertical slats in the grille are more slanted and are finished in chrome, the black radiator grille with a sturdy silver skid plate lends the front fascia a more aggressive and bold appearance.
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The modifications to the side are a bit more prominent. The “facelifted” version has more creases and curves on the side profile compared to the regular model. This becomes evident toward the rear end above the rear fender. The curve atop the fender is more distinctive and bulgy giving the tail end an imposing stance. There is an integrated roof spoiler which is reminiscent of the current-gen Scorpio along with handy roof rails. The black side pillars with chrome surrounds. The stylish alloy wheels have been kept the same too.
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At the rear, the tail lamps have been made too compact to feature on an SUV. The space between the taillamps looks too empty and we think there is a glass panel or a chrome strip missing. Nonetheless, the rugged silver skid plate at the bottom of the bumper and chrome garnish around the reverse lights does indicate a solid stance. Let us know how did you like this digital facelift of the Mahindra Scorpio N.