Digital artists have been putting their spin on the recently launched Mahindra Scorpio N of which this digital iteration is a prime example.
This adventure edition of the recently launched Mahindra Scorpio N reflects the sheer scale of possible modifications that could be made to the iconic SUV, at least in the digital realm. Scorpio N represents the modern-day version of the existing Scorpio (which is now sold as the Scorpio Classic). There are a ton of new-age features, gadgets and gizmos along with powerful engines and hardcore off-roading equipment on offer. But this adventure edition is something that a lot of adventure seekers will love.
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Mahindra Scorpio N Adventure Edition
This design has been conceptualised by Gen-x Designs. Only the rear section of the SUV is visible in this image. But that is enough to figure out the nature of this digital illustration. The most obvious off-roading elements include the compact staircase on the side of the quarter glass to access the roof, a massive and sturdy roof rack to hold large amounts of luggage which is a part of off-roading excursions, spare tyre mounted on the top along with a couple of jerry cans to store some additional fuel in case you plan of leaving the civilisation far behind for some days.
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Apart from that, the SUV looks similar to the regular version with chrome garnish on the side panels with black guards, chrome finish on the bumper running across the width of the SUV, vertically stacked LED taillamps, roof-integrated spoiler, black side pillars lending that floating roof effect, black cladding on the pronounced wheel arches and stylish machined alloy wheels.
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The new Scorpio N comes with a 2.0-litre mStallion direct-injection turbo petrol engine that produces 200 PS and 380 Nm, a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine that produces 132 PS / 300 Nm in lower variant, and a massive 175 PS / 400 Nm of peak power and torque on higher variants. There are manual and automatic transmission options to choose from along with the 4×4 drivetrain. The prices of the automatic and 4×4 versions will be revealed later this month while the rest of the lineup ranges between Rs 11.99 lakh and Rs 18.99 lakh, ex-showroom. These are introductory prices and will be only applicable for the first 25,000 bookings.