Here's a look at the base variant of the Mahindra Scorpio 2022.

The Sport Utilities Vehicles (SUV's) next generation is set to go on sale in June.

  • The base-specification model is seen with dual-barrel halogen headlights, wheel coverings, and no Daylight Running Lamps (DRLs).
  • The inside is depicted with a dual-tone black/brown motif, implying that it is typical.
  • It will be available in six and seven-seater variants.
  • There will be 2.2-litre diesel and 2-litre turbo-petrol engines available, as well as manual and automatic gearboxes.
  • Optional 4WD (four-wheel drive) is available (four-wheel drive).

This comes after Mahindra just released the first teaser for the third-generation, which is set to be released in June.

  • The base model is seen here with dual-barrel halogen headlights and wheel coverings.
  • The Light-Emitting Diode (LED) A Daytime Running Lamps (DRLs) are missing, however there is a cutout on the bumper for them.
  • The body cladding, along with the bumpers, are visible in the side profile and are unlikely to be body-colored in the entry-level edition. The same is true for the base-specification S3+ variation of the departing model.

We can also see turn indicators incorporated into the Outside Rear-view Mirror (ORVM), roof rails, side step, and rear wiper/washer, all of which we assume will be standard.

The inside of the basic model is seen with the same dual-tone black/brown pattern as higher variations previously spotted. As a result, the general motif is planned to be consistent throughout all trims.

The 2022 Scorpio will be available in six and seven seat configurations. We can confirm that it will have LED headlamps, sequential turn indicators, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, roof-mounted speakers, wireless charging, dual-zone climate control, a single-pane electric sunroof, the XUV700's flat-bottom steering wheel, and auto engine idle-start stop based on spy shots and teasers so far.

Multiple airbags, a 360-degree camera, traction control, electronic stability control, hill start/descent control, and a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) should all be standard safety equipment.

The 2.2-litre diesel engine seen in the Thar and XUV700 will be available in the 2022 Scorpio, although in various levels of tune. The observed base-specification model has a 130PS badge, implying that the lesser variants would use the Thar's diesel engine. The 2-litre turbo-petrol engine is unlikely to have numerous tunings and should produce between 150 and 200 horsepower.

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