Mahindra has revealed the Scorpio-N’s interior, and with it shown off the various aspects of its interior. It is but obvious that there will be multiple variants, and that what has been showcased is most likely the top-of-the-line variant which has with it all the bells and whistles.
The seats have leather elements, and the overall colour scheme is dual-tone. There will be multiple seating options available like a 6 or 7 seater, and the middle row seats fold in the 7 seater version. The dashboard is sleek, and the steering wheel is flat-bottomed akin to how it is in the XUV700.
The entertainment system is powered by Mahindra’s own AdrenoX UI, which has mobile phone connectivity functionality and possibly even AI functionality. The drive mode is selected through a rotary dial, and the instrument cluster is semi-digital with the conventional dials and also a screen in between to display important information.
Sony speakers are standard on the top variant, though the number of speakers is unknown. Feature set will include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate control, a sunroof, wireless charging and more which might vary depending upon the trim. What isn’t expected to vary is the number of airbags, which should be standardised across the range at 6 airbags.
With two engines on offer, namely a 2.2L diesel MHawk and a 2.0L turbo-petrol MStallion the Scorpio will place itself very well into what will be a competitive market. There will be automatic and manual transmissions available across the range as well, and it will likely slot in just above or where the older Scorpio sat.