New 2022 Mahindra Scorpio (Z101) images leaked: Shows beefy, muscular design


For a long time, Mahindra has been testing the future Scorpio (Z101) on Indian roads. Just a few days ago, Mahindra released a teaser video revealing some details about the SUV’s headlight, side profile and rear left corner, and now spy footage of the SUV has surfaced online revealing the design. complete.


According to the teased images, the overall design of the SUV looks quite muscular. At the front, Mahindra placed its vertical grille design which extends to become the twin-barrel headlights. The car also gets the honeycomb pattern grille in the lower part of its front bumper along with C-shaped LED daytime running lights with fog lamps. A confusing part here is that the model seen here wears the old Mahindra badge, while the one teased a few days ago has the Mahindra “Twin Peaks” logo, as seen on the XUV700.

Moving to the side, the new Scorpio gets a fresh set of diamond-cut alloy wheels that are likely 17-inches, and there’s also a slightly sloping chrome beltline rising from the C-pillar.

Speaking of the rear, the 2022 Scorpio gets vertically mounted taillights and a side-opening tailgate. The rear bumper features a fairly flat profile, similar to the outgoing model. Additionally, the SUV’s reverse lights were placed at the end of the bumpers with a wrap-around chrome strip.

Moving on to the interior, the interiors will also be all new and are expected to feature a much larger touchscreen, vertically placed AC vents and some interior elements shared with the XUV700.
Powertrain options
The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio is expected to come with both gasoline and diesel engine options. Although the motors are shared with the XUV700, it could get a different tune with lower power outputs.
Just like the XUV 700, the diesel version of the Mahindra Scorpio is expected to come with two output options. A 6-speed manual will be standard while a 6-speed torque converter automatic will be available for petrol and diesel. Additionally, all-wheel-drive or 4×4 with a low-end option will be offered on some variants of the new Scorpio.
When launched, the Mahindra Scorpio will compete with models such as the Tata Safari, MG Hector and Hyundai Alcazar. The new SUV will be manufactured at the Chakan plant in Mahindra. The XUV700 is expected to cost between Rs 12-19 lakh (ex-showroom).
Image source: Instagram (Scorpio_2022_official)

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