The Mahindra Scorpio-N is currently one of, if not the most popular full-size ladder-on-frame SUVs in its segment in India. The SUV is so popular that the company is sitting on open orders of around 1 lakh. Despite delivering so many every month, the bookings keep on increasing. The Scorpio-N has resonated extremely well with SUV buyers in the country, and a ton of people who have already received their cars are now modifying them to make them look distinct in the ocean of Scorpio-Ns in the country. Recently, a few pictures and videos of one of the most unique Mahindra Scorpio-Ns have been shared online. This particular car has been modified with a beautiful-looking Nardo grey wrap and bright red alloy wheels.
The pictures and videos of this particular Mahindra Scorpio-N have been shared on Instagram by babajaani_vlogs on their page. From the pictures, it can be noted that the entire car has been wrapped with the German luxury carmaker Audi’s special paint color, Nardo Grey. This color is one of the most popular colors in the aftermarket modifications industry, and a ton of people use the Nardo grey paint and wrap to give their car a distinct look. Additionally, this Scorpio-N has been given some bigger and wider alloy wheels, which have been painted in an extremely bright red color.
Apart from these, the car also has been given stripes and 69 stickers on the bonnet. It can also be noted that all the trims and emblems on this particular Scorpio-N have been blacked out to add to the stealthy look of the car. Overall, the Nardo grey color and red highlights suit this Mahindra Scorpio-N and give it a perfect combination of stealthiness, classiness, with a splash of sportiness.
In other Mahindra Scorpio-N news, there is good news for all the enthusiasts eagerly awaiting their turn to get behind the wheel of this highly popular model. Mahindra has recently announced a reduction in the waiting periods for the Scorpio-N on some of its most popular variants. After grappling with supply chain challenges, the company has finally begun ramping up production of not just the Scorpio-N but also the XUV700 and Thar models. This move comes as a relief to potential buyers who previously had to endure extended waiting periods due to high demand and limited supply. While waiting times have been considerably reduced, it is important to note that they still stretch to over a year, depending on the specific variant.
The Mahindra Scorpio-N, which took the market by storm when it was introduced in Q3 2022, is currently available in five different trims: Z2, Z4, Z6, Z8, and Z8L. In May, the Z4 trim had the longest waiting period, but the tables have turned as the Z8 trim now commands a maximum waiting period of up to 13 months. However, the Z4 trim is not far behind, with a waiting period of approximately 12 months. It’s clear that the demand for the Scorpio-N remains strong, despite the extended waiting times.
Additionally, while the Scorpio-N offers two engine choices – a 2.2-liter four-cylinder diesel engine and a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine – the majority of sales are happening with the diesel-powered models. In the lower-spec versions, the 2.2-liter diesel engine produces 132 PS and 300 Nm of torque. However, higher-spec models deliver a more powerful performance with 175 PS of power and torque outputs of 370 Nm for manual models and 400 Nm for automatic models. Both the petrol and diesel engine options come with six-speed manual and automatic gearbox choices, catering to different driving preferences.