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Mahindra Scorpio S5 modified into the top-end S11 trim

Mahindra Scorpio is one of the popular SUV from Indian manufacturer. Even after so many years, Scorpio is still popular among buyers for its rugged looks. It is not one of the most feature loaded SUV in the segment but, like in the case of any other in our market, a variety of modification options are available with Scorpio as well. We have seen several tastefully modified Mahindra Scorpios from different parts of the country and here we have one such video where we have a current version Mahindra Scorpio S5 which is modified to look like an S11 trim.

The video has been uploaded by VLOGGER AMAAN on his youtube channel. The video shows whole modification process. It shows what all changes have been made and how those changes were made to the Scorpio. It starts by showing the exterior of the SUV. As mentioned above, the Scorpio seen in the video is a base S5 trim model and does not offer any feature at all. As part of the modification, the owner has installed an ABS plastic front guard. A set of fog lamps along with chrome garnishes have also been installed at the front.

Normally, we have seen people go for chrome garnishes on headlamps and tail lamps but here, the owner has opted for gloss black garnishes around the lights. The front grill also get chrome inserts that is normally seen in the Scorpio. Coming to the side profile, the steel rims have been removed and replaced with 17 inch aftermarket alloy wheels. A chrome garnish is also installed on the side fender of Scorpio.

It also gets a body coloured ORVM with integrated turn indicators in them. There are door visors or rain visors with chrome lining has also been installed. The door handles also get chrome garnish as part of the modifications. Roof rails, D Pillar, roof mounted spoiler, chrome applique on boot along with reverse parking camera. A set of reflector lamps have also been installed in the car.

Moving inside, the whole cabin has been revamped. It now offers a tan and white dual tone interiors. The door pads get tan colour upholstery with diamond stitching. The dashboard also gets tan coloured soft touch material on top. All the pillars also get a tan colour to them. The steering wheel and seats also have tan covers. The panels on the door and dashboard along with the one at the back for rear AC vents get faux wooden inserts. These panels are hydro dipped and have a smooth finish to them.

The central console has been slightly modified to accommodate the aftermarket touchscreen infotainment screen. It shows feed from the rear parking camera as well. There are illuminated scuff plates and the cabin also gets ambient lights. It gets a normal speaker set up and a 7D floor mat along with velvet finish matting on roof. Overall, the Scorpio looks a lot more upmarket with all these modifications. The quality of work looks very neat and the video does not mention the total cost of these modifications.