2022 Mahindra Scorpio Classic Revealed
The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio Classic has been introduced, and it now features a number of updates in addition to the new Mahindra logo. Mahindra has sold a lot of the Scorpio over the past 20 years since it first became available in India. There will be two trim levels available for the Scorpio Classic: Classic S and Classic S11.
The 2022 Mahindra Scorpio Classic initially resembles the previous model quite a bit. Mahindra has updated the front grille with the new “Twin Peaks” badge, though. Additionally, the front bumper has been altered and now features a silver skid plate in addition to a brand-new fog lamp housing.
The 17-inch alloy wheels on the Scorpio Classic have the same profile as the current Scorpio but now have a diamond-cut finish. On the doors, Mahindra has added dual-tone paneling. With the exception of the Tower LED taillamps, which have changed from being black to red, the Scorpio Classic’s rear has remained largely intact.
Even inside, there have been very few changes since the incoming Scorpio. It receives a new Android-based, 9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system that includes screen mirroring. Wooden inlays have been added to the center console and dashboard, and the steering wheel now has a leatherette surface. The Scorpio Classic’s interior is black and beige rather than the grey and black of the earlier model.
Three different seating arrangements for the Mahindra Scorpio Classic are available: two 7-seaters and one 9-seater. The other 7-seater variant has a bench in the second row and jumps seats for two in the third, as opposed to one that has two captain’s seats in the second row and a bench in the third. In contrast, the 9-seater has a bench in the second row and four jump seats in the back.
The Scorpio Classic comes equipped with cruise control, rear parking sensors, second-row AC vents, and steering-mounted controls. The Mahindra Scorpio Classic will come standard with two airbags, and the automaker has promised that more airbags would be fitted later to meet the new safety standards.