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M&M – Mahindra Scorpio N, A Third Blockbuster, Potential To Create ‘Wow’ Factor: IDBI Capital

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Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. yesterday launched much awaited Scorpio N, priced at Rs 11.99 -19.5 lakh (ex-showroom) in five variants across seven colors.

Built on new third generation body on frame platform, new Scorpio N is completely newly developed product with no carryover components of the existing Scorpio.

It is powered by a 2.0-litre mStallion turbo petrol engine/ 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine. Its prominent features include an eight-inch touchscreen, a sunroof, Alexa Voice Command, 3D immersive Sony sound system and up to six airbags.

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The Scorpio N has the lowest CO2 emission in the segment.

M&M has incurred overall investment of Rs 16 billion for development of Scorpio N which includes setting up automated manufacturing line. Scorpio N is likely to open for booking on July 30, 2022 while delivery is expected start during festive period.

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