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Mahindra Scorpio Facelift test mule caught on cam

Snapshot: Upcoming Mahindra Scorpio facelift caught testing near Coimbatore

Thanks to a few dedicated blokes at the Tamil motoring magazine, Motor Vikatan, the upcoming Mahindra Scorpio facelift has been caught on camera. The car was spotted near Coimbatore heavily dressed to save it from revealing its naked truths. 

In keeping with the previous sightings, we journalists predict and take it for granted now that M's new Scorpio shall be given new tinted headlamps,  a refreshed front grille and bumpers. However, we don't think the company will play with the chassis dimensions of the car.

The interior is where we hope Mahindra does a lot of tinkering. The Scorpio's dashboard felt ancient and agricultral with low quality plastics everywhere. The pics of the test mule hint at a different dashboard and a flatter instrument cluster as compared to the current gen Scorpio. 

The centre console seems to have changed as well with what seems like space left for a screen on top of the air vents vertically mounted on either side. There is also space above the glovebox for storing knick-knacks.

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