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New Scorpio gets brand new chassis, new gearbox, revised suspension setup and improved styling inside and out.
Despite new details and black cladding on door, still very recognisable as a Scorpio.
Front has revised bumper, aluminium-finished scuff plate and new prominent grille with blade-like chrome slats.
Layered dual-tone dashboard looks neat. Other additions include 6-inch touchscreen and sportier steering wheel.
New projector headlamps get LED daytime-running lights and are supplemented by fog lamps with honeycomb surrounds.
Good-looking tail-lights get clear lens and attractive LEDs.
Beyond second row, you can opt for side-facing jump seats or a third bench.
Power window switches more conveniently placed on door rather than centre console like in previous car.
Plastic quality a mix of good and bad; scope for improvement.
Instrument cluster looks great with metallic hexagonal surround.
Faux aluminium strip around AC vents also enhance appeal.
Infotainment touchscreen borrowed from XUV 500.
Middle passengers get AC vents and some storage space.
New Scorpio retains 118bhp 2.2-litre mHawk diesel and 75bhp 2.5-litre m2DICR diesel for the base variant.
Updated Scorpio gets sculpted door pockets.
Front row seats a bit narrow.
Rear doors get new door-pads and a bottle holder.
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