The Scorpio badge enjoys massive popularity in India, where it often undergoes localization efforts. The photographs presented here depict a top-of-the-line Z8 L Scorpio N with an automatic transmission and two-tone red and black paint. The SUV’s roof is wrapped in satin for a classy appearance.

Meanwhile, PPF (Paint Protection Film) is used on the hood, front bumper, Outside Rear View Mirrors, scuff boards, and door handle cups, and graphene coating is used everywhere else. The alloy wheels are a nice touch that complements the two-tone paint job, and the chromed window trim gives the car a more upscale look.

With overall dimensions of 4,662 millimeters, 1,917 millimetres in width, and 1,857 millimetres in height on a wheelbase measuring 2,750 millimetres, the new Mahindra Scorpio-N is a formidable beast. It rides on a brand-new ladder frame chassis and can carry up to 57 litres of gas. It is sold in a variety of eye-catching hues, including silver, forest green, canyon blue, white, black, red, and gold.

The Mahindra Scorpio N can seat either six or seven people, with the six-seater option being exclusive to the top-tier Z8 L trim (with a price tag of Rs. 11.99 lakh to Rs. 23.90 lakh, ex-showroom). The Mahindra Scorpio N is powered by two different four-cylinder engines: a diesel 2.2-litre mHawk and a gasoline 2.0-liter mStallion.