2014 Mahindra Scorpio fully spied without camouflage
The new 2014 Mahindra Scorpio facelift has been creating news for quite some time now, apart from getting regularly spied. Though many details about this refreshed SUV model came into light, the SUV was never actually caught without camouflage. The Scorpio facelift was spied numerous times, but always with heavy camouflage in place not actually revealing its exterior design changes.
Now, for the first time the 2014 refreshed Scorpio SUV has got spied without any camouflage, revealing the new design changes that it will come with, when it launches in India officially on 25th of September, 2014, just before the end of this month. As per the new spy pictures, the new Mahindra Scorpio facelift is coming with a lot of cosmetic changes on the exterior front. The refreshed Scorpio will be flaunting a new revised front fascia with new redesigned rectangular shaped headlight styling elements along with new integrated LED daytime running lights and projector lights. Mahindra’s designers have still retained the patent vertical grille pattern for the SUV, but the bonnet has been revised to accommodate a less prominent hood scoop. Mahindra has endowed an extra dose of chrome garnish for the front grille of the top end model.
For the rear design, the new Mahindra Scorpio facelift will be mostly retaining the current design of the outgoing model and will not feature any drastic changes. The new tailgate handles have been placed above the taillights for easier access. While the tail light arrangement and design will remain the same, the new Scorpio gets new styling cues for the tail lights along with new LED lamps, redesigned windscreen, and plastic appliqué in black, which looks quite superficial. This new design element also carries a silver enclosure in order to hold the vehicle’s registration plate.
On the inside, the new Scorpio facelift features a newly designed center console, redesigned dashboard with new colors, a large touchscreen audio system and automatic climate control. Under the hood, the new Mahindra Scorpio will carry forward the engine, though Mahindra is said to have improved the transmission and the suspension system. The new Scorpio SUV will compete with the Renault Duster, Tata Safari Storme and the Nissan Terrano and is expected to be priced at around Rs. 8.5 to 13 lakhs.
Pics Courtesy : Team-BHP