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Talking about the engine, the facelift version of Scorpio will continue to get power from the same 2.2-litre, 4-cylinder turbo-charged mHawk diesel engine, which can produce the max power of 120 bhp and 290 nm of torque. The 2014 Scorpio will be equipped with 5-speed manual gearbox. Also Read - Tamil Nadu: Collision of 3 Cars at Chennai-Bengaluru Highway Kills 6, Leaves 7 Critically Injured
As per the leaked document published by the IndianAutos Blog, the new Scorpio facelift will have “3rd Generation” chassis, new dashboard, instrument cluster and new headlights and tail lights. In addition to this, the SUV will also get black tail light cladding. Also Read - Mahindra Scorpio 2-door pick-up (Getaway) spotted testing
New Mahindra Scorpio S2: 2.5-liter m2DiCr diesel engine, AC, power steering, micro hybrid, central locking, power windows and 15-inch steel wheels.
New Mahindra Scorpio S4: (In addition to S2) 2.2-liter mHawk diesel, tilt-adjustable steering, fabric upholstery, 17-inch wheels, 5MT 320 gearbox and 4×4 with Shift-on-Fly (optional).
New Mahindra Scorpio S6: (In addition to S4) remote central locking, rear wiper and defogger, middle row sliding seat, armrest, 2-DIN music system (not a touchscreen), body colored door handles, spoiler & wing mirrors and roof rack.
New Mahindra Scorpio S6 Plus: (In addition to S6) airbag and ABS.
New Mahindra Scorpio S8: (In addition to S6) electrically adjustable wing mirrors, voice assist system, projector headlights, 17-inch alloy wheels, silver skid plate, parking sensors and foglights.
New Mahindra Scorpio S10: (In addition to S8) touchscreen infotainment system with integrated GPS, projector headlights with static bending technology, micro hybrid technology, 4×4 with Shift-on-Fly (optional), tire pressure monitoring system, rain and light sensors, steering mounted audio and cruise control, automatic AC, LED ‘eyebrows’ and chrome package for grille and AC vents.
The facelift version of Scorpio will take on Tata Safari Storme, Renault Duster and Nissan Terrano in the same segment of SUV.
Mahindra has already opened bookings for the new Scorpio for existing owners.