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Mahindra Scorpio Facelift dashboard and interior spied before launch

Mahindra Scorpio Facelift Dashboard and Steering

First launched back in 2002, Mahindra is all-set to give a proper facelift to one of their best selling SUVs today – the Scorpio. Here are the first clear images of new Scorpio SUV’s interiors, revealing premium design and characteristics, which is miles ahead of what is seen in the current Scorpio.

Mahindra Scorpio Facelift Dashboard and SteeringSeen in the images here, is the top-end Scorpio facelift variant. It will feature top-notch quality plastic for dashboard with dual tone finish, automatic climate control, 7 inch colour touchscreen with expected functionality for navigation, music, video and car settings.

The images also reveal new power window buttons on the door handles of front door, steering wheel design similar to that of XUV500, steering mounted controls for audio and cruise control, an all-new instrument panel with LCD display in Blue colour which will give info on fuel, engine temp, odometer, trip, and gear in which the vehicle is currently being driven.

Mahindra Scorpio Facelift Instrument Panel LCDSeats too are expected to receive a similar dual tone treatment. Legroom and headroom remain unchanged, as the Scorpio facelift is of the same dimensions as the current variant. On the rear, passengers will now have square shaped AC vents with mobile charger and a pocket to keep your phone.

As far engine is concerned, Mahindra Scorpio facelift is not going to get a new engine. The current versions 2.2l mHawk generating 120 hp and 2.5l mEagle generating 75 hp will continue to do duty on the new one as well. Changes to the exterior include LED taillights, ne headlight design, slight revisions to the front and rear bumper.

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Further read – Top 5 upcoming SUV, MPV, Crossover launches under 10 lakhs in 2014

via Autocar India

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