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Mahindra Scorpio N Pickup: Mahindra has been selling a pickup version of the Scorpio overseas as well. Indian customers also want to see such a pickup version in the country. In such a situation, a pickup version of the new Mahindra Scorpio-N has also surfaced.

Scorpio N pickup version: Mahindra’s recently released Scorpio N has been in the news a lot. It got a great response from the customers. However, a large number of people have faced problems in booking this SUV. The Scorpio SUV is preferred in both rural and urban areas. The company has also been selling the pickup version of this SUV abroad. Indian customers also want to see such a pickup version in the country. In such a situation, the pickup version of the new Mahindra Scorpio has also surfaced. NStreet Designs has tried to show through some digital images what it might look like if a pickup version of the Scorpio N is brought in.

Looks great
Mahindra Scorpio N Pickup in the pictures looks great. The SUV can be seen with snorkels, rock sliders, side steps, a large bash plate and large LED light bar. NStreet has made the already muscular Scorpio N more muscular. Its tires look perfect for off-roading. The standard Scorpio-N gets 255/60-R 18 tyres.

At the rear, a great load bay has been given in place of the third row. Its size is such that all the things you need can come in it. Even you can put a motorcycle in it. To protect the rear windshield, it also gets a black colored road, with which the spare wheel is attached. If ever this truck will actually come, it may be given the same engine. Let us know that both petrol and diesel engines have been given in Scorpio N.

Its 2.0 liter turbo petrol engine generates power of 200hp and torque of up to 370Nm. The second engine is a 2.2 liter diesel, which comes in two versions. The first generates 130hp power and 300Nm torque, while the second gives 172hp power and 370Nm torque. It also has the option of an automatic gearbox as well as a manual. Whereas 4WD is limited to diesel only.

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