Design Overhaul: Retains the classic Scorpio N silhouette but comes with a longer, larger, and wider body, featuring a dominating blacked-out grille and all-new full LED headlamps with vertical LED DRLs, exuding a commanding presence on the road.
Versatile Cab Designs: Expected in both four-door twin cab and two-door single cab versions, providing a range of choices in size and utility.
Rugged Wheels, Ground Clearance: Adorns large, chunky wheels with an all-terrain pattern, projecting a robust aesthetic. Anticipated ground clearance surpasses the standard SUV requisites.
Distinct Rear Styling: Showcases quad-pattern taillamps, 4Xplorer badging, and a bold Mahindra logo, delivering a striking presence at the rear.
Accessories, Lifestyle Enhancements: Offers add-ons like a roof-mounted carrying rack, color inserts, and tyre mounts in the pickup bed, catering to varying market preferences.
Interior Consistency: Expected to maintain a familiar cabin design similar to the Scorpio N, featuring the same layout, steering, infotainment, and climate control interface.
Tech-Driven Features: Promises advanced offerings like six airbags, Level 2 ADAS, 5G connectivity, sunroof, semi-automatic parking, drive modes, and a potential Harman audio system.
Ample Space: Offers significant dimensions, with a length of 5,380mm, height of 1,930mm, and a wheelbase of 3,110mm, ensuring ample room for double cab or a spacious loading bed.
Powerful Performance: Equipped with Mahindra’s 2.2-liter diesel engine generating 172bhp/400Nm, accompanied by a six-speed AT and MT transmission options.
Global Debut and Market Strategy: Scheduled to launch initially in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, MENA, and South America, before making its Indian debut in late 2026, poised as a competitive alternative to established models in the segment.