Production-ready Mahindra Scorpios spotted testing together

It looks like the all-new  Mahindra Scorpio is ready for production. The latest spy video by Sirish Chandran shows the upcoming SUV in a production-ready form complete with new alloy wheels.

The two test mules were spotted together testing on the roads. The vehicles were under heavy camouflage but the exposed alloy wheels show the new design. These are all-black alloy wheels.

Just like in the previous test mules, the latest spotting shows the production version headlamps as well. These are twin-pod headlamps with LED DRLs. Mahindra will offer an all-LED set-up with the top-end variant.

The video also reveals the grille design of the all-new Scorpio. It will continue to offer the same six-slat vertically stacked grille with a set of conventional headlamps. The headlamps get LED DRL that adds a unique identity to the vehicle. The pictures show a dual-barrel projector lamp set up inside the headlamp units. The bumper also looks massive in size with air dams that are likely to make air curtains to the front wheels to reduce the drag.

Production-ready Mahindra Scorpios spotted testing together

The bonnet looks massive too and the windscreen is more raked compared to the current version. The wheel arches are not flared but there are plastic protectors that will add a rugged look too. The all-new Scorpio has also become much longer than before. The wheels are likely to be around 18-inch in size. The rear gets a side-opening tailgate, a new bumper and LED lamps that look vertically stacked like the current version of the Scorpio.

2022 Scorpio will offer petrol and diesel engine options

Mahindra will offer both petrol and diesel engine options with the all-new Scorpio. The engine options will be similar to the Mahindra Thar. There will be a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine and a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine. Both the engine options will offer standard manual transmission and both of them will also offer an automatic transmission as well. Mahindra is yet to comment on the AWD or 4X4 option to be available with the Thar but it is highly likely that the all-new Scorpio will not offer these options.

The all-new Scorpio will also become much more luxurious and comfortable than before. Also, it will offer features like a sunroof, leather seats, electrically adjustable front seats, and more. The new Scorpio will be positioned a segment above the current version of the Scorpio, which means it will take on the likes of Tata Harrier directly.

The launch of the all-new Mahindra is already delayed. It was expected to be launched by the middle of this year but the launch will now happen by the end of this year. Similarly, this will push the launch of the all-new Scorpio too. It is likely to get launched by the first quarter or half of 2021. Mahindra is yet to announce the launch date of the all-new Scorpio officially.