These spyshots show the interiors of the 2014 Mahindra Scorpio facelift. While some panels are camouflaged, we see enough to inform our readers that the refreshed Scorpio will get thoroughly revised interiors.
The steering wheel of the refreshed Scorpio comes from the larger XUV500. The buttons on the steering wheel suggest that the Scorpio will continue to have features like steering mounted audio controls and cruise control. Just in front of the steering, we notice a new instrument cluster with new housings for the speedometer and tachometer.
The center console of this test mule shows newly-designed rectangular AC vents that replace the current Scorpio's circular vents. Just below the vents is a large display, which is reported to be the new infotainment screen. Sporting a touchscreen interface, the screen would also double up as a satellite navigation system.
Other changes observed in the cabin are a new gear knob, twin gloveboxes (much like the XUV's) and lighter colors for the dashboard panels.
The Scorpio facelift is expected to launch by the end of this year. Apart from the new interiors, the SUV will sport exterior design changes, especially at the front.
[Images from Autocar India]