Mahindra revealed the all-new Scorpio-N a few days ago. The new SUV has gathered a lot of interest from automobile enthusiasts and prospective buyers. While Mahindra is yet to start accepting bookings for the all-new Scorpio, there are ideas floating around to modify the new SUV. Here is one such idea that has been converted into rendered images by Bimble Design.
The designer has tweaked the all-new Mahindra Scorpio-N digitally to show what the more aggressive version – the Scorpio N Sports will look like in real-life. The Scorpio-N SPORTS concept gets a long list of changes.
The changes include a new carbon fibre hood, carbon fibre trims and flared carbon fibre fenders with vents. The designer has also added customised 20-inch rims with low-profile tyres with a striking Ruby Red paint job.
The Mahindra Scorpio-N looks quite interesting even in the stock form. However, with the small modifications and changes, it sure looks like a beast on the roads. While Mahindra will not offer any such modifications or accessories officially, we are sure many aftermarket garages will start offering modification options to the new Mahindra Scorpio-N owners.
A similar scenario was created when the all-new Thar came to the Indian market. Many aftermarket garages started offering aftermarket grille and many other parts even before Mahindra officially started delivering the cars to the customers.
Such visual modification jobs are not illegal in India. Only the structural changes and modifying the integral parts of the vehicle are considered illegal.
2022 Mahindra Scorpio-N
The all-new Mahindra Scorpio gets the same 2.0-litre turbo-petrol and 2.2-litre diesel that also powers the Thar and the XUV700. The petrol engine produces a maximum power of 203 PS and 370 Nm of peak torque with manual and 380 Nm of peak torque with the automatic variant. The 2.2-litre diesel engine produces a maximum power of 132 PS of peak power and 300 Nm of peak torque. It is also available with a higher state of tune. With the higher variants, it produces a maximum power of 175 PS and peak torque of 370 Nm with the manual and 400 Nm with the automatic. Mahindra also offers the Zip, Zap and Zoom drive modes with the diesel variant.
All the engine options offer the six-speed manual transmission as standard. The higher-spec diesel and the turbo-petrol engine are also available with six-speed automatic transmission. The Scorpio is a rear-wheel drove as standard. The higher-spec diesel variants also get AWD with mechanical rear-locking differentials, ESP-based brake locking front differential, an independent front suspension and a five-link rear suspension.