The Mahindra Scorpio-N has impressed many people with its butch stance and much more premium appeal with additional features and better fit and finish levels over the Scorpio Classic. Even after more than a year, the Scorpio-N is commanding long waiting periods, which is a testimony to the craze generated by the SUV. But what if the SUV was longer and more premium in its appearance than what it is right now? Here’s a video which shows a digital interpretation of that imagination.
A YouTube video from SRK Designs shows how the Mahindra Scorpio-N might look if it is longer and styled slightly differently at the back than how it is at the moment. The Mahindra Scorpio-N already looks quite proportionate for its current size, with equally large window panels and fenders. However, this digital rendering of the longer Mahindra Scorpio-N, named XL Ultimate Edition, makes it look even more premium and equally proportionate, bringing it closer to the XUV700.
The digital rendering of the Mahindra Scorpio-N XL Ultimate Edition shows a tweaked rear three-quarter design of the Scorpio-N, which makes the SUV look longer and slightly inspired by the XUV700. Firstly, the rear fender here looks longer, while continuing with the prominent crease, which emerges over the rear door handle and flows to the edge of the tail lamp.
In the process of redesigning the rear three-quarter look of the Mahindra Scorpio-N for this XL Ultimate Edition, the digital artist has also tweaked the rear quarter glass panel. Unlike the production-spec Scorpio-N, which has a smaller rear quarter glass, this digital rendering has a longer quarter glass panel, which looks very similar to that of the XUV700. This quarter glass panel has a more angular appearance and blends with the rear windscreen while moving towards the back.
With the rear quarter glass panel redesigned here, the tail lamps too have been tweaked. While the production-spec Scorpio-N has vertically aligned tail lamps on the sides of the rear windscreen, this digital rendering has smaller tail lamps positioned below the lower edges of the D-pillar. The tail lamps are still placed on the far corners beyond the boot lid. The alloy wheels have been redesigned, with those of the Scorpio-N replaced here by the multi-spoke ones from the XUV700.
While this digital rendering of the Mahindra Scorpio-N XL Ultimate looks premium and well-designed, this is purely the imagination of a digital artist and not an official design from Mahindra. While the Mahindra Scorpio-N XL Ultimate is highly unlikely to come out, Mahindra already offers the XUV700 for those who want something less upright and longer with a more premium look.