Dubbed as the ‘Big Daddy of SUVs’, the new Mahindra is set to hit the market on June 27th. Ahead of its launch later this month, Mahindra has revealed the interior look of its latest SUV offering. The Scorpio N interiors are bold and completely new, nothing like the outgoing Scorpio, which Mahindra plans to continue as ‘Scorpio Classic’.
Here’s all we know about the new reveal: A look at the Scorpio N interiors
The Mahindra Scorpio N interiors get a total revamp, with a very bold brown and black theme. One look inside and it is a clear upgrade over the Scorpio Classic, with a huge infotainment system in the front which supports the AdrenoX user interface. The AdrenoX UI offers connectivity to a plethora of devices, along with covering the necessary information across the car. Scorpio N is also decked with Sony 3D surround sound system.
On top of that, the Scorpio N interiors are equipped with wireless charging, a twin-pod instrument cluster with a MID unit, push-button start, six airbags, cruise control, multiple drive modes, roof-mounted speakers, along with a host of other features.
The steering wheel is similar to the XUV700, with the brand new Mahindra logo studded at the centre and additional controls along the sides. While the Scorpio Classic is expected to continue with side-facing backseats, the new Scorpio N will come with a front-facing third row. It will offer both six and seven-seat configurations, with captain seats for the middle row in the higher-end model. The third-row seat can be folded to create more boot space.
A previous leak revealed that the new Scorpio N is 4662 mm in length, 1917 mm in width, 1870 mm in height, and rests on a wheelbase of 2750 mm. It will be powered by a 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel engine with the option of a 2.0-litre mStallion turbocharged petrol motor. On top of that, the new Scorpio N will also be offered with the 4WD tech.