Born Electric Concepts
Estimated Price : ₹ 10 Lakh - ₹ 30 Lakh
Expected Launch : December 2024
upto 500 kms
upto 80 kWh
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As the All-New Mahindra Scorpio N debuts in India, we take a closer look at the SUV and compare it to its closest rivals like the Tata Safari, Mahindra Scorpio Classic and the Hyundai Alcazar. This comparison will be based on price, dimensions and powertrain options available on these vehicles. Mahindra & Mahindra officially launched the Mahindra Scorpio N on the 27th of June 2022 at a starting price of Rs 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Scorpio N is a 7-seater SUV that is based on ladder frame construction. The “Big Daddy of SUVs” with its premium features and powertrain options has disrupted the 7-seater SUV segment. So today we bring for you a quick comparison between some of the most popular SUVs in the Indian market in terms of price, dimensions and powertrain options. 2022 All-New Mahindra Scorpio N VS Tata Safari VS Mahindra Scorpio VS Hyundai Alcazar: Price Models Diesel MT Diesel AT Petrol MT Petrol AT Mahindra Scorpio-N Rs.12.49 lakh - Rs.19.49 lakh Price not announced yet Rs. 11.99 lakh – Rs 18.99 lakh Price not announced yet. Tata Safari Rs.15.25 lakh -Rs.22.16 lakh Rs. 18 lakh - Rs. 23.46 lakh N.A. N.A. Mahindra Scorpio Rs.13.54 lakh - Rs.18.62 lakh N.A. N.A. N.A. Hyundai Alcazar Rs.16.85 lakh - Rs.19.40 lakh Rs.18.32 lakh - Rs.20.25 lakh Rs.16.44 lakh - Rs.18.99 lakh Rs. 19.66 lakh - Rs. 20 lakh All prices mentioned are (ex-showroom). To begin with, all models in this comparison come equipped with a diesel engine option. As for petrol derivatives, there are restricted to only a few models. The diesel manual version of the newly launched Scorpio- N starts at an introductory price of Rs 12.49 lakh (ex-showroom) while the next cheapest option, the Scorpio Classic is available at a price tag of Rs 13.54 lakh (ex-showroom). The most expensive model here is the Hyundai Alcazar whose base diesel trim starts only at Rs 16.85 lakh (ex-showroom). At the top end, all models are similarly priced in the manual guise. Prices for the automatic variants cannot be compared at moment because Mahindra has not revealed them yet for the Scorpio N. The Scorpio N along with Hyundai Alcazar are the only SUVs to get a petrol powertrain and the difference in their pricing is more than Rs 4.5 lakh, making the Scorpio N a steal deal. 2022 All-New Mahindra Scorpio N VS Tata Safari VS Mahindra Scorpio VS Hyundai Alcazar: Dimensions Models Length Width Height Wheelbase Mahindra Scorpio-N 4,662 mm 1,917 mm 1,857 mm 2,750 mm Tata Safari 4,661 mm 1,894 mm 1,786 mm 2,751 mm Mahindra Scorpio 4,456 mm 1,820 mm 1,995 mm 2,680 mm Hyundai Alcazar 4,500 mm 1,790 mm 1,695 mm 2,760 mm When comparing the dimensions, the Scorpio-N truly out runs its competition and stands true to its “Big Daddy of SUVs” title. It is the longest SUV in the segment followed by the Safari that is just 1 mm shorter. The Scorpio-N also sports the widest track in the segment with a width of 1,917 mm while the next best is the Safari measuring 1,894 mm, followed by the Scorpio Classic and Alcazar measuring 1,820 mm and 1,790 mm respectively. The old Scorpio is still the tallest SUV in this comparison as Mahindra has reduced the height in interest of stability. The Scorpio-N measures 1,857 mm in height which is significantly taller than the Safari and the Alcazar. What comes as a big surprise is the long wheelbase of the Hyundai Alcazar which stands at 2760 mm, almost 10 mm longer than the competition. The Hyundai is followed by the Tata Safari and the Mahindra Scorpio-N measuring 2,751 mm and 2,750 mm respectively. 2022 All-New Mahindra Scorpio N VS Tata Safari VS Mahindra Scorpio VS Hyundai Alcazar: Powertrain Options Specifications Displacement Power Torque Transmission Mahindra Scorpio-N 2.0 litre petrol TGDi mStallion 2.2 litre Diesel mHawk 204 bhp 132 bhp (Z2 , Z4) 175 bhp (Z6, Z8, Z8 L) 370 Nm - MT 380 Nm - AT 300 Nm (Z2 , Z4) 370 Nm- MT 400 Nm- AT (Z6, Z8, Z8 L) MT/AT MT/AT Tata Safari 2.0 litre diesel Kryotec 170 bhp 350 Nm MT/ AT Mahindra Scorpio 2.2 litre Diesel mHawk 136 bhp 320 Nm MT Hyundai Alcazar 2.0 litre Naturally Aspirated Petrol 1.5 litre CRDi Diesel 159 bhp 115 bhp 191 Nm 250 Nm MT/AT MT/AT In terms of overall power output, the Scorpio-N is the most powerful SUV of the lot in both petrol and diesel guise. The vehicle is capable of producing 205 bhp and 175 bhp respectively. The Alcazar is the only other SUV with both powertrain option rated for a maximum power output of 159 bhp (petrol) and 115 bhp (diesel). The Tata Safari and the regular Scorpio are only available with a diesel engine and produce 170 bhp and 136 bhp respectively. Except for the Scorpio Classic, all SUVs in this comparison are available with both a manual and automatic transmission options. So based on this comparison we can confirm that the Scorpio N has a lot going for it. But time will only tell if the company can fix its production woes and meet the customer demand.
Would like to know, what the All-New Mahindra Scorpio is all about? Here are ‘Top 5 Things That You Should Know’ between the New Scorpio and the old one. Marketing has finally started. After months of testing and millions of spy shots later, Mahinda & Mahindra has finally released a teaser of the All-New Scorpio. Expected to be launched in June to celebrate 20 years of the iconic nameplate, the third-generation model will sport updates to its styling, technology and engines. Here are five key differences between the 'old and the New Scorpio'. 1. All-New Mahindra Scorpio vs Old - Exterior Styling: While the car retains its boxy shape and ladder frame construction, it gets a more rounded design. The new model's front end features a new multi-slatted front grille with chrome embellishments in place of the old 7-slat grille, similar to Jeep models. The spy shots suggest that the company has dropped the hood scoop and extended the nose to provide the SUV with a cleaner look. The old model already came with LED headlamps and taillights, but the new units take it a step further. We can also expect the new model to feature a dynamic lighting sequence similar to the one seen on the Mahindra XUV700. Moving away from the design of the current generation, the alloy wheels get a fresh look with diamond cutting and a two tone finish. Completing the front look, the 2022 model has a reprofiled bumper with a chunky bash plate and a C-shaped fog lamp housing. 2. All-New Mahindra Scorpio vs Old - Interior styling: Unlike the industrial design of the current cabin, the new model will have an upmarket feel with a large central infotainment screen along with a digital drivers display. The new dashboard design seems to take inspiration from the XUV700 and will offer additional connected car features. According to the spy shot, the 2022 model will also be the first Scorpio to receive a sunroof and an e-parking brake. Mahindra has also paid close attention to interior feel, the hard plastics found on the current generation Scorpio are replaced with leather and soft touch materials. The new cabin will get full leather seats with a new dual-tone brown and walnut colour upholstery instead of the half fabric seats seen on the 2nd generation model. Further, Mahindra will ditch the side facing seats on the last row for a bench seat and captain seats in the front two rows. This allows for better utilisation of the boot space when the last row of seats are not in use. 3. All-New Mahindra Scorpio vs Old – Engines Options: One of the most significant changes comes in the form of the powertrain. The Scorpio will ditch its 2179cc MHAWK diesel engine in favour of a larger 2184cc mill. The new model will also be offered with a 2.0-litre petrol engine. Both these engines are currently doing duty on the New Mahindra Thar and the XUV700. In terms of gearbox option, the company will continue to offer a 6-speed manual along with a new and efficient 6-speed automatic. Like the current model, the 2022 Scorpio will be offered with a 4X4 transferase and low range. The new 4X4 unit will be more efficient than the one seen on the outgoing model. 4. All-New Mahindra Scorpio vs Old – Technology: To start, the current generation Scorpio is a well-equipped vehicle. It is among the few SUVs that offer features like rain-sensing wipers, dual front airbags, static bending beams and more. But for the new model, we can expect the company to provide features like 6 airbags, a 360-degree camera, Hill-Hold and Hill Descent Control, 3D Sony audio and more. We can also presume that the homegrown carmaker will provide some ADAS functions like radar-guided cruise control and lane-keep assist to make the SUV future proof. We believe that the added equipment and more efficient construction will help the 2022 Mahindra Scorpio fair better if put through a crash safety test. 5. All-New Mahindra Scorpio vs Old – Launch Date and Pricing in India: The third generation of the Scorpio is expected to be launched in June, 20 years after the first generation was introduced. The current generation Scorpio price starts at Rs 13.5 lakhs (ex-showroom), but with added technology and better styling we expect Mahindra to price the new Scorpio between Rs 15 lakhs to Rs 20 lakhs (ex-showroom). Once launched, the new model will rival the likes of Hyundai Alcazar, Tata Safari and the MG Hector Plus in its category. So with the launch nearing, are you excited about this SUV? Will the added technology and a new design peak your interest? Let us know in the comment section below.
Mahindra adds the new twin peak logo to the Thar, Bolero and Bolero Neo; Thar also gets some minor updates to the centre console along with an exterior colour rejig Mahindra& Mahindra is cementing its brand identity as an SUV only company by introducing its new ‘Twin Peaks’ logo on more models. The newest cars to join the bandwagon include the Thar, Bolero and the Bolero Neo. In addition, the Thar which was launched in 2020 has received minor refreshment to the cabin along with a reshuffle in the exterior colour option. The new logo was launched with the XUV700 and since then has made its way to the Scorpio family as well. 2022 Mahindra Thar: New Logo and Other Minor Changes Along with the new logo, Mahindra has also given the Thar a minor features update. The changes on the off-roader include a more squarish design to the aircraft style control switches and dummy buttons on the central console have been re-assigned for ESP, hill descend control and a door lock/unlock function. The other change on the four-wheeler includes the removal of two exterior colour options- Mystic Copper and Rocky Beige due to low demand. Now the SUV is only available with the choice of four colour options, Napoli Black, Red Rage, Aqua Marine and Galaxy Grey. Earlier in June, Mahindra removed the lumbar support for the front seats, USB A charging port and changed to Ceat Czar AT tyre. 2022 Mahindra Bolero and Bolero Neo: New ‘Twin Peak’ Logo Updating its SUV line-up with the new logo, the 'twin peaks' has been introduced to the Bolero and Bolero Neo. Although there is no official announcement made from the automaker, both SUVs have been seen with the new logo slapped on at a dealership yard. Also Read: 2022 Mahindra Scorpio Classic Revealed The Mahindra XUV300 will also soon get the new logo with the facelift which is set to launch around the festive season.
Mahindra has shared the official teaser of the updated XUV300; Get revised front fascia with the new brand logo; Likely to get a powerful new turbo petrol engine option; Expected launch this festive season Things are getting hot in the sub-4-metre SUV segment, with manufacturers launching new and updated versions of India’s favourite SUV market space. The latest brand to join the bandwagon is Mahindra & Mahindra, which has committed to launch an updated version of the XUV300 in the country before the festive season. The teaser image shared gives a sneak peek into the design of the upcoming SUV. 2022 Mahindra XUV300: Changes to the Exterior and Interiors Going by the teaser, the biggest change on the new XUV300 will the addition of the brands new ‘Twin-Peak’ logo at the front and the rear. Other cosmetic updates include a reworked front bumper with chrome highlights and a 17inch alloy wheel. Excluding these changes, the XUV300 remains identical to the outgoing model. While the interiors are still under wrap, we expect some minor improvement to the overall dashboard layout and upholstery for an upmarket appeal. The four-wheeler is expected to get the new AdrenoX infotainment unit to bring it in sync with other XUV models. The test mule which was spotted a few days back also reveals a new dual tone Blue-White colour scheme is in consideration for launch. Read Also: Mahindra XUV300 Electric Launch Confirmed For 2023 2022 Mahindra XUV300: Powertrain Under the hood, XUV300 will get a new 1.2-litre t-GDi mStallion turbo petrol engine putting out 130 bhp and 230 Nm of peak torque. The 1.5-litre diesel unit will be retained, which is good enough to produce 115 bhp and 300 Nm torque. Both engines will get the option of a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed AMT gearbox. 2022 Mahindra XUV300: Launch and Rivals Mahindra will most likely launch the updated XUV300 before the festive season in order to fully utilize sales widow. It will rival the likes of Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue, Tata Nexon and Maruti Suzuki Brezza in its segment.
The price of the upcoming Mahindra Born Electric Concepts is expected to range from Rs 10 to Rs 30 lakh (ex-showroom).
The estimated launch date of the upcoming Mahindra Born Electric Concepts is set for July 2022.
The Mahindra Born Electric Concepts will be a group of 3 SUVs that will underpin the brands first electric vehicle architecture. The cars will range from compact to full-fledged SUVs that will be offered in FWD, RWD and AWD options.
The upcoming Mahindra Born Electric Concepts do not have any direct competitors.