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2022 Mahindra Scorpio N Revealed: ScorpioN will Launch on 27th June

New Mahindra ScorpioN 2022 will have forward-facing third-row seats instead of bench seats.

ScorpioN Red
ScorpioN Red

Mahindra’s new Scorpio has been in development for years. Since 2019, spy shots of SUV test mules have been appearing online. Mahindra has begun promoting the new-generation Scorpio after several delays caused by unwarranted crises.

Two TV commercials released online earlier this month tease the latest Scorpio. Recently, spy images showed a new Scorpio rolling off the assembly line. This suggests a series production of the third-generation Scorpio.

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Mahindra Scorpio 2022 Launch Date

Mahindra released another teaser. This reveals the launch date and name. ScorpioN is the new Scorpio. Mahindra’s 2022 ScorpioN will be released on June 27. On Scorpio’s 20th anniversary, a new generation launches. Prices and bookings will start on the same date. Authorized dealerships are taking unofficial bookings.

The upcoming ScorpioN features updated exterior styling, as seen in leaked spy images. It looks bigger than the current model, which fits with its tagline “The Big Daddy of SUVs.” The TV commercial confirms that Mahindra plans to challenge D-segment SUVs with the new ScorpioN.

New Mahindra Scorpio N Line SUV
New Mahindra Scorpio N Line SUV

Veejay Nakra, President of M&M Ltd.’s Automotive Division, said Scorpio redefined the category and became an iconic brand in the Indian auto industry. The All-New Scorpio-N should set new SUV benchmarks in India. We continue Mahindra’s legacy of building authentic, tough, sophisticated SUVs with unmissable design, performance, and technology. With the All-New Scorpio-N, we continue to ‘Explore the Impossible’ The Scorpio-N shows our commitment to bringing world-class SUVs to India and delighting our customers.

The new ScorpioN has a massive multi-slat grille with chrome accents. The redesigned grille is flanked by dual-pod LED projector headlights with integrated LED DRLs. The redesigned front bumper has C-shaped fog lamp enclosures and a honeycomb-patterned air dam.

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Mahindra kept Scorpio’s tall stance and boxy silhouette with a flat roofline and upright pillars. The new ScorpioN is rounder than the previous model. Large, bulging wheel arches wrapped in black plastic accentuate the imposing stance.

18-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels fill these massive wheel arches. At the back, it has a flat side-hinged tailgate and new vertically-mounted LED taillights inspired by Volvo. The sleeker rear bumper has a skid plate and chrome trim. Other styling features include a rear wiper with a washer and a character line with a rear kink.

New Mahindra Scorpio N Line SUV
New Mahindra Scorpio N Line SUV

Powertrain Options

New-generation ScorpioN will have 2.2-liter mHawk diesel and 2.0-liter medallion turbo petrol engines. The oil burner will be available in two states of tune, but exact details and specs are still unknown. The lower-spec tune will produce 130 bhp and 300 Nm of torque, matching Mahindra Thar.

Both engines will have 6-speed manual or 6-speed torque converter automatic transmissions. Higher-end ScorpioN trims will have an optional 4×4 drivetrain. Scorpio and ScorpioN both will be sold. Chakan, near Pune, is now producing.

New Mahindra Scorpio N Line SUV
New Mahindra Scorpio N Line SUV

R. Velusamy, M&M Ltd.’s President of Automotive Technology and Product Development, said, “The All-New Scorpio-N will redefine the Indian SUV segment.” Our newest SUV features advanced technology, spirited performance, and superior driving dynamics. It’s body-on-frame. Our young, enthusiastic, and energetic teams at Mahindra Research Valley (MRV) near Chennai, Mahindra North American Technical Center (MNATC) in the USA, and Mahindra Design Studio in Mumbai engineered and designed this tough yet sophisticated SUV.

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