– The Mahindra Scorpion Classic will be sold alongside the Scorpio-N

– Pricing for the model is expected to be announced soon

The Mahindra Scorpio Classic has now started arriving at local dealerships in India as evidenced by the images shared on the web. The images give us a first look at the 2022 Scorpio Classic, which will likely come in two variants.

As seen in the images, the Mahindra Scorpio Classic, compared to its previous iteration, gets a new grille with six vertical chrome slats and Twin Peaks logo, a modified front bumper with LED DRLs above the cluster fog lights, a new skid plate, new two-tone alloy wheels, revised body cladding, the Scorpio Classic logo on the trunk lid, and a set of longer, vertically stacked LED taillights.

Mahindra Scorpio Classic Three Quarter Right Rear

Changes to the interior (thanks to previous spy photos) of the new Mahindra Scorpio Classic will include the new Mahindra logo on the steering wheel, a larger touchscreen infotainment system and wood inserts on the center console. A few reports suggest that the base variant will miss the infotainment system, although this is yet to be officially confirmed.

Mahindra Scorpio classic wheel

Under the hood, the upcoming Mahindra Scorpio Classic is expected to continue with the same 2.2-liter mHawk diesel engine that produces 137PS and 319Nm of torque. This engine is likely to be paired only with a six-speed manual unit.

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