Mahindra Scorpio N, along with the XUV700, has been responsible for propelling the Indian SUV-manufacturer to great heights. The duo has not just been immensely successful in domestic market, but has even made a name for itself in South Africa and Australia. The success of both the SUVs can be gauged from the huge waiting period they command. This popularity even ensures that the carmaker won’t have to tinker with any sort of variant rejig or work on a styling revision. However, we’ve come across a rather neat digital concept that visualises the Scorpio N in a more premium Long Wheelbase (LWB) avatar. Let us have a look at these details.
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Mahindra Scorpio N XL
SRK Designs provides an intriguing visual concept of a Mahindra Scorpio N with a Long Wheelbase. Now, this SUV already impresses with its huge street-presence. In fact, the large dimensions of the Scorpio N have made it look like it belongs to the same segment as the likes of Toyota Fortuner. However, the artist visualises an even bigger version of the SUV, dubbed XL Ultimate Edition. Basically, he has given the SUV a longer wheelbase while maintaining proportional harmony. In his digital rendering, you can see the Scorpio N’s rear three-quarter design has been artfully creating the impression of added length.
Notably, the rear fender appears elongated. However, it maintains the distinct crease that starts above the rear door handle and extends to the outer edge of the tail lamp. While changing the rear three-quarters of the Mahindra Scorpio N for the XL Ultimate Edition, the digital artist makes adjustments even to the rear quarter glass panel. Unlike the standard Scorpio N, which features a relatively smaller rear quarter glass, the digital rendering showcases an elongated version resembling that of the XUV700.
Along with the rear quarter glass panel, even the tail-lamps get alteration. In contrast to the standard Scorpio N’s vertically aligned tail lamps on the sides of the rear windscreen, this digital rendering showcases smaller tail lamps positioned beneath the lower edges of the D-pillar. These tail lamps remain situated on the far corners just beyond the boot lid. Furthermore, the alloy wheels have undergone a transformation. The regular Scorpio N wheels have made way for classy multi-spoke units.
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What We Think
Although this digital rendering envisions the Mahindra Scorpio N XL Ultimate as a more premium vehicle, it’s crucial to clarify that this is solely a figment of artist’s imagination. The rendering has no official connection to Mahindra. In fact, the carmaker doesn’t have any known plans of bringing in an LWB version. The carmaker already has the XUV700 for those looking for more luxury, comfort and road presence. Still, though, we applaud SRK Design’s brilliant concept. It surely helps us imagine the SUV in a completely new way.
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