Spied – IAB reader clicks the Mahindra Scorpio facelift’s new tinted projector headlamp cluster

Posted on: Jul 18, 2014 - 10:04am IST

The Mahindra Scorpio facelift has been testing vigorously as it approaches its D-Day. From the the numerous earlier spyshots it’s clear that the updated SUV gets a comprehensive makeover to its front fascia.

Mahindra Scorpio facelift projector headlamp
The Mahindra Scorpio facelift gets sharply cut tinted headlamp clusters with projector elements.

IAB reader Mr. J Senthil Kumar has managed to click the headlamp cluster of the new Scorpio which houses a projector element. The shape of the new headlamp is edgy and features a tinted finish. The refreshed SUV sports dual barrel headlamp units (one projector and one halogen) with turn indicators at the bottom but LED daytime running lights are absent.

Apart from the reworked front fascia, the 2015 Scorpio has also been given a slightly revised rear bumper, tailgate and new LED taillights. Inside, the dashboard is redesigned and borrows its steering wheel from the XUV500.

Mahindra Scorpio facelift LED taillamp spyshot May 2014
IAB reader Mr. Aditya Kamble spied the new Scorpio’s LED taillights earlier.

Given that the current Scopio still manages to clock a monthly average of 4,411 units, the refreshed model is expected to leave the undercarriage untouched. The 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine and the entry level 2.5-litre m2 DiCR diesel engine would soldier on without major changes.

The Mahindra Scorpio facelift should be here in the festive season, or early next year.

Competitors: Renault Duster, Nissan Terrano, Tata Safari Storme

Expected Price: INR 8.5-13 lakhs, ex-showroom

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One thought on “Spied – IAB reader clicks the Mahindra Scorpio facelift’s new tinted projector headlamp cluster

  1. guru g says:

    there is nothing tinted and adgy about a simple projector lens (a copy that mahindra made from th aria).

    the variation of the colours you see is the spread of the light spetrum as it breaks over the convex surface of the lens.

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