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Top 6 Mahindra Scorpio N Renders Rediscover the 4×4 SUV for the Road and Trail

Top 6 Mahindra Scorpio N Renders Rediscover the 4x4 SUV for the Road and Trail

The versatile Scorpio N will be a canvas for customization for its buyers

The Mahindra Scorpio N has not yet reached its customers, but the all-new design is the perfect fodder for digital artists, who have come up with several ideas to customize the SUV. From sensible and functional to downright insane, we’ve put together a list of all the 3D concept renderings that put the Scorpio N in a new light.

Scorpion N adapted for overlanding

With an off-road front bumper and all-terrain tires, this Mahindra Scoprio N is equipped to take on the wilderness. It has a lift kit for better ground clearance and a roof rack to make up for the lack of storage space with all the seats up. The darkened front grille and square LED daytime running lights add stealth to the SUV; this is a mod that we could definitely see in real life after the Scorpio N reaches customers.

A Scorpio to go off the beaten track

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Another overlanding Scorpio rendition from NStreet Designs has custom bumpers with sturdy skid plates and a snorkel for wading through deep river crossings. It has a roof rack to carry supplies and spare parts and LED driving lights on the roof and front bumper to improve visibility. Oh, and don’t miss the second full size spare tire fitted over the tailgate!

Next Generation Mahindra Scorpio Getaway?

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It must be said, the new Scorpio N makes for a nice pickup truck. The concept from Abin Designs has a short bed, thick black side trim and standard-looking alloy wheels. It is the perfect lifestyle pick-up for those looking for a cheaper alternative to the Toyota Hilux or Isuzu V-Cross. Mahindra does offer the Scorpio Getaway in select overseas markets, but the Scorpio-based pickup is unlikely to resurrect in India anytime soon.

Track-ready Scorpio N racing SUV

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Mahindra’s new Scorpio N is better at cornering than its predecessor, but the automaker should never have considered it a track-burner. Vishnu Suresh of Zephyr Designs redesigned the SUV as a lowered, widebody racer with darkened exterior trim and modified bumpers and fenders. In addition, the artist somehow managed to put in a 6.2-liter Hemi V8 that produces more than 700 horsepower!

Scorpio N ready to rally

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The creation of Alpha Renders has functional adjustments for off-road driving without adding too much flash. You get bright blue paint, a metal roof rack with a light bar, and big all-terrain tires mounted on custom off-road wheels. The front features a pair of rally driving lights and LED bulbs, and a snorkel protrudes from the driver’s side fender for improved fordability.

A sports edition SUV that Mahindra should build

Bimble Designs’ Scorpio N Sports Edition concept takes the sporty quotient to the next level without compromising the ground clearance or character of the SUV. It is finished in a bright ruby ​​red, with a carbon fiber hood, trim and fender flares. In a mod that we’re sure to see in the real world, the Sports Edition Scorpio N features huge 20-inch gloss black alloy wheels with red pinstripes.

As we wait for the Scorpio N to hit our roads, the renders above have us excited to see how owners will tailor their own SUVs to their needs. Which Scorpio concept is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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