- The new set of Mahindra Scorpio spy shots reveal key design and styling cues.
- It gets heavily contoured bonnet and raked in windshield.
- The grille in front features criss-cross pattern.
- The overall muscular look has been retained despite changes.
- With copious changes made to the new-gen model, expect 2020 Mahindra Scorpio price to change upwardly.
The 2020 Mahindra Scorpio has been spied testing again, revealing fresh design and styling cues. Even though the spotted test mule was heavily camouflaged, it divulges new design and styling cues. As revealed through the previous set of 2020 Mahindra Scorpio images, the SUV gets an upright nose and grille. The bumper in front has also been restyled in tandem with the upcoming pedestrian safety norms. It sports contoured bonnet, raked front windshield and the grille features a criss-cross pattern, as shown in the new set of spy images.
The doors also seem to be larger, thanks to the extended wheelbase which implies more space on the inside. Changes have also been made to the rear as it sports a wider bumper. Also, there is a handle on the left side, hinting at a side-hinged door, allowing easy access to the boot. While changes have been made to the 2020 Mahindra Scorpio design, it retains the butch look and muscular styling from the existing model.
The new-generation Mahindra Scorpio was conceptualized at Mahindra’s North American Technical Centre in Detroit, United States and is being developed under the codename Z101. As for the new Mahindra Scorpio interior, it will get an all-new dashboard and there could be a large touchscreen infotainment system as well. It is yet not clear if the new Scorpio will borrow the 8.0-inch infotainment system from Alturas G4 or the 7.0-inch unit from XUV300.
On the inside, expect Scorpio to share some styling cues with Marazzo such as the instrument cluster, control stalks and the steering wheel. In addition to the above changes, expect it to receive forward-facing seats for all three-rows across variants. The all-new Mahindra Scorpio is expected to make its debut at the Auto Expo 2020 before it officially launches in the country. In its segment, it will face heat from the upcoming models including MG’s Hector and Tata Harrier which was launched earlier this year in January.