Spied – Mahindra Scorpio facelift instrument cluster and interiors

Posted on: Jan 23, 2014 - 3:12pm IST

Latest spyshots reveal that the upcoming upgrade for the Mahindra Scorpio would be more comprehensive than previously thought. The spyshots show that the Scorpio facelift retaining its automatic gearbox while receiving new steering mounted controls apart from a number of visible changes on the instrument cluster.

We expect this facelift to feature at the Auto Expo 2014.

Mahindra Scorpio interiors spyshot
The Scorpio facelift gets its steering wheel straight from the XUV500, rectangular aircon vents and a new AT finish.
Mahindra Scorpio AT gear shifter
Current Scorpio has a faux wood finish around the gear stalk.

The interiors of the Scorpio facelift have received an overhaul. The steering wheel, for instance, is straight from the more upmarket XUV500. The Scorpio also gets a new dual zone instrument cluster – with the tachometer on the left and the speedo on the right – divided by a small digital information screen. Warning lights occupy a small space right above the digital screen.

Mahindra Scorpio instrument panel spyshot
Dual zone instrument cluster features the tachometer on the left, speedo on the right and a digital info screen in the middle.

The Scorpio facelift also gets new rectangular aircon vents on a refreshed dashboard. It gets an automatic transmission that retains the same gear shift stalk as the current model. We believe that the AT console is receiving a brushed aluminium finish as opposed to the faux wooden finish at present.

Mahindra Scorpio alloy wheels spyshot
Even the alloy wheels get a makeover.

The Scorpio’s grille gets a new facade with projector headlamps for the top-end variant and redesigned headlamps for the other variants.

[Source – Team-BHP]

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2 thoughts on “Spied – Mahindra Scorpio facelift instrument cluster and interiors

  1. Rajesh Thakur says:

    Mahindra Scorpio has a bold outlook, but it lacks in interiors as having an outdated dashboard, uncomfortable middle row seats. Plastic quality is also not good.

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  2. Vejay says:

    Looks like a Gear shift looks like a remodelled screw driver..

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