Mahindra is all set to launch the new Scorpio-N on June 27, 2022. Ahead of its debut, we got our hands on its dimensions, thanks to a partial leak of the SUV’s owner’s manual. There are also a few other details that have been revealed.
- Scorpio-N is longer and wider than the current-gen Scorpio
- Dual zone AC, cruise control present on higher variants
- Will get 4WD with terrain modes, including low range
Mahindra Scorpio-N: dimensions, features and equipment details
According to the leaked document, the Scorpio-N measures 4,662mm in length, 1,917mm in width and 1,870mm in height; the SUV sits on a 2,750mm wheelbase. This means the Scorpio-N is around 206mm longer and 100mm wider, but is around 125mm lower in height than the current Scorpio, which will soon be renamed Scorpio Classic. Coming to its wheelbase, the Scorpio-N is a tad longer too, however, it remains to be seen how much this translates into actual cabin room. The Scorpio-N will come with a three-row cabin, with the third row facing forwards. The side-facing third-row set-up will be left for the Scorpio Classic.
|Mahindra Scorpio-N dimensions vs rivals|
|Model||Scorpio-N||Old Scorpio||XUV700||Safari||Hector Plus|
Additionally, the user manual also confirms the presence of dual-zone climate control, two different instrument cluster set-ups (depending on the variant), front and rear camera, auto start-stop, cruise control, type-C USB ports for the first and second row, traction control, push-button start-stop on higher variants, and, most importantly, Mahindra’s new 4 XPLOR 4WD system with terrain modes and a low-range mode.
As far as engine details go, the Scorpio-N will come with a 2.0-litre petrol and a 2.2-litre diesel engine. Gearbox options include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed torque converter automatic. While unofficial bookings at dealer level have begun, Mahindra is expected to officially open order books on June 27, along with the Scorpio-N's price announcement.