At first glance, the new Scorpio Classic looks similar to the current model. However, Mahindra has given a new Twin Peaks logo with a new redesigned front grille. It gets a redesigned front bumper that gets a new design for the fog lights and a silver colored skid plate.
The Scorpio Classic features the same design as the current Scorpio’s 17-inch alloy wheels, but now gets a diamond cut finish. Mahindra has made two-tone trims for its doors. No changes have been made to the rear of the Scorpio Classic.
Small changes have been made to the car. It gets a new 9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which is now Android-based and supports screen mirroring. Its dashboard and center console have wooden interiors.
The Mahindra Scorpio Classic will go on sale in the Indian market in 7- and 9-seater variants. Here, customers get the option of three seats.
It has a new generation 2 mHawk 2.2 liter diesel engine with a maximum power of 128 hp and a peak torque of 300 Nm. It has got a 6-speed manual gearbox. Here, customers do not get the option of petrol, auto or 4×4 version. The company claims that the NVH level of the new Scorpio Classic has been improved even more, giving customers an excellent ride quality. Talking about safety, it gets ABS and 2 airbags as standard.