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New styling elements include a brand-new grille, revised bumpers, fog lamps, a new skid plate and revised headlamps.
At the rear, the Scorpio completely does away with the plastic applique that surrounded the number plate.
mHawk140 engine variant delivers power packed performance. Available on S7 and S11 variants.
Changes to the interior are minimal. Scorpio offers a commanding view from the driver’s seat.
The touchscreen infotainment unit carries forward from the older car. Sadly, there’s no Apple CarPlay nor Android Auto.
Top variant gets new faux leather upholstery.
Rear legroom is surprisingly sparse for a car of this size.
Boot space can be expanded further by folding and flipping down the second-row seat.
Legroom is going to be compromised with two passengers at the back.
No changes made to the instrument cluster. The Scorpio features engine start-stop technology and cruise control both feature in new car.
Six-speed gearbox is all new and nice to use except for the reverse gear which requires a lot of effort to be engaged.
The reverse parking system now comes with dynamic guidelines as well to aid in parking and reversing.
Scorpio now gets a new seven-slotted front grille that looks very Jeep-esque.
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