IAB Report – New Mahindra Scorpio’s accessory range revealed

Posted on: Oct 6, 2014 - 9:58am IST

Can be specified with various exterior and interior features.

The new Mahindra Scorpio has succeeded an old yet strong selling model and is looking at a bright prospect for this festive season. This article details the genuine accessories that Mahindra has announced for its newest SUV.

New Mahindra Scorpio exterior accessories
The chrome package forms a significant part of the exterior.

Not surprisingly, the list of exterior accessories starts with a chrome package which includes grille inserts, bonnet scoop, foglamp enclosures, door handles, D-Pillar air airflow vents, wing mirror housing, rear registration plate applique and rear bumper reflectors.

Front and rear bumper guards, ‘rally’ foglamps (to be mounted on the front bumper guard), choice of two alloy wheel designs (17- and 15-inchers), ski rack, illuminated scuff plates and a body colored rear spoiler with brake lights are the other exterior elements that can be added to the new Scorpio.

New Mahindra Scorpio interior accessories
In-car cooler and inverter are the noteworthy interior accessories.

The interior accessories include a range of dual-tone art leather seat covers, floor mats, in-car inverter, cooled storage compartment, mobile charge, coat hanger, car cushions, 9-inch headrest mountable monitors, or 7-inch in-built monitors (integrated into the front headrests), central woofer, Head Up Display and a DVD player.

Also read: Technical highlights of the new Mahindra Scorpio

Also on the list are rear parking camera with a dedicated display, parking sensors and front proximity sensors.

More info on the accessory brochure below the gallery.

New Mahindra Scorpio – Image Gallery

New Mahindra Scorpio – Accessory Brochure

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