Mahindra Scorpio N is among the most popular SUVs in our market as even digital artists are coming up with its exciting iterations.
This Desert Edition of the Mahindra Scorpio N is extremely adventurous. In just its first year since launch, the Scorpio N has left a remarkable impression on our market. The long waiting lists for this vehicle are a clear testament to its immense popularity among prospective car buyers. As a genuine sports utility vehicle, it boasts versatile capabilities that meet a variety of requirements in various parts of the country. This, in fact, mirrors the original Scorpio’s enduring success in the market over the years. With this latest model, the prominent Indian automaker is targeting a more upscale market segment. Here are the details of this latest digital illustration.
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Mahindra Scorpio N Desert Edition
This rendition comes from SRK Designs in the form of a YouTube video. The digital artist has been able to capture some pretty interesting details. To begin with, the colour of the SUV resembles the desert theme. At the front, there is a solid frame around the LED taillamps and grille to protect the fascia in case of any misadventure, there are C-shaped LED DRLs surrounding the fog lamp housing on the lower section of the bumper, and the overall stance and components are similar to the stock model. On the side, there are a few changes to make its demeanour more aggressive.
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The most obvious modification to the side profile comes in the form of wheels and tyres. This SUV carries old-school rugged wheels painted in black colour with substantial wide off-road tyres, black side body skirting, prominent wheel arches, black side pillars and windows, a practical roof carrier for all the luggage and a handy side-step to enhance the ingress and egress characteristics of the SUV. At the rear, the overall silhouette looks similar to the stock model with a few minor changes. This includes a proper ladder to climb on the roof. Apart from that, it gets vertical LED taillamps, a side-opening boot door, a sporty bumper with reflector lights and a 4XPLOR badging.
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The Mahindra Scorpio N is available with two engine options – a 2.2-liter turbo diesel and a 2.0-liter turbo petrol engine. These engines deliver varying levels of power, with peak outputs ranging from 132 PS (Diesel), 175 PS (Diesel), to 200 PS (Petrol), and they also offer different peak torque figures: 300 Nm (Diesel), 400 Nm (Diesel), and 380 Nm (Petrol), respectively. Buyers can choose between a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic transmission. Moreover, the higher trim levels provide the added convenience of an all-wheel drive configuration, significantly enhancing the vehicle’s off-roading capabilities. The ex-showroom prices for the Scorpio N span from Rs 13.26 lakh to Rs 24.54 lakh.
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