Mahindra Scorpio-N: What it’ll look like with a wide-body kit [Video]

The Mahindra Scorpio-N is currently one of if not the most talked about SUVs on sale in India. And because of its huge popularity, many people have now started imagining various iterations of this SUV using automotive design rendering platforms. Many artists across the country have shared numerous types of renderings of the Scorpio-N and in the most recent example of it, we have an extremely bold and handsome-looking widebody example of this beast of an SUV.

In a Youtube video shared by Kuleriya which is a 3d car model design channel, we can note the amazing work done by the artist. The video starts with a view of the modified front fascia of the Scorpio-N. On the front of the SUV, the designer has changed the LED halogen combined headlamps to futuristic looking all LED units with white and red LED DRL surrounds. We can also note that the fog lamps have also been altered just a little. Apart from these the wide stance of the SUV can be noticed.

Upon moving further into the video the creator then pans into the side profile of the SUV and here we can note a great amount of modification. We can admire the widebody in true sense and note that the molded front and rear fenders look extremely stylish and aggressive. The overall stance of the Scorpio-N looks very wide and paired with huge custom five spoke gloss black alloy wheels, it looks absolutely spectacular.

Mahindra Scorpio-N: What it’ll look like with a wide-body kit [Video]


Moving on the rear of the rendered SUV, not a whole lot of changes have been made by the creator other than the wideness from the widebody kit. The creator has managed to maintain the real Scorpio-N characteristics with the addition of his own imagination. The video itself has been made in a very high quality and the SUV has been shown from almost each and every angle.

Given that the Scorpio-N is such a hugely popular vehicle in the country, it could be possible that someone could draw inspiration from this rendering. Maybe they’ll not go to the extreme lengths of creating a widebody like it but they could still take the inspiration for wheel design or color. Nonetheless the vehicle in the renderings is just awe inspiring and it helps us to note the talent that the upcoming artists in India posses.

In other Mahindra Scorpio-N news, it was recently announced that the SUV was awarded an incredibly remarkable five stars in the most current set of crash testing conducted by Global NCAP. Following the revised testing process, the brand-new SUV was rated three stars for kid safety and a pristine five stars for adult safety. The new Mahindra Scorpio-N is the company’s third SUV to receive a five-star safety rating. The new Scorpio-N achieved a rating of 28.94 out of 48 for child occupant protection and 29.25 out of 34 for adult occupant protection. The Mahindra Scorpio-N also did quite well in the new test protocol’s side impact test.

The Mahindra Scorpio-N provides good neck protection for both the driver and passenger, according to Global N-CAP. The driver’s and passengers’ chests receive minimal protection, though. The Scorpio-N excelled in the side impact test with a deformable barrier, scoring 16 out of a possible 17 points. The side pole impact test result for the Mahindra Scorpio-N was rated OK. The occupants’ chest area, however, was given a “poor” grade. According to Global N-CAP, the new Mahindra Scorpio-footwell N’s and bodyshell are both stable, and the footwell region is able to bear additional loads.