We all know that the Mahindra Scorpio and Thar have their own significant role its segment. Both the models are outdated with its current generation. So what to expect! Yes it is, both the models are testing their next generation machines and soon to launch in Indian Market.
Now in its 2nd generation, the Scorpio has a great affection for the SUV lovers in India. Moreover, with the launch of Scorpio in 2002 literally helps the brand to highlight its portfolio to a great extent.
The next generation Scorpio is essentially bigger in dimensions when compared to its predecessor.It is expected that the company will remain its ladder frame chassis to preserve the rugged SUV character.
The increase in overall dimensions will result in a more spacious 7-seater SUV. Moreover the Mahindra’s urge to preserve the diesel powerplants inline with the BS VI norms will lead offer more that one diesel engine options.
Thar has been an icon in the Mahindra product portfolio in India. The legacy of its predecessors, the CJs and MMs are inevitable. The current generation Thar launched in 2010 and now the model is in the verge of extinction while considering the upcoming safety norms to be active in 2020.
Mahindra already started testing the next-gen Thar. Inline with the current trend of increasing the dimensions while switch to a new generation, the up-coming Thar is bigger than its predessor. However, Mahindra tried to maintain the iconic fascia with more masculine visual appearance. The new Thar is also built in its conventional ladder frame chassis to proportionate its offroad characteristics.
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