From the rear, the Scorpio has transformed completely. The SUV gets pick-up styling with the cabin cut short and a cargo area made out of it. The covered cargo tray gives it a pick-up look, but the wheelbase remains the same. From the side, it’s very similar to the Mahindra Xtreme, built by the automaker’s in-house customization department.
New support has been added at the rear adding more strength to the chassis of the vehicle. The spare wheel has been mounted on a new rack that has a hinge at the end to move it around. The tail lamps have been upgraded to a single unit that includes indicators and brake lights
The rear bumper has been upgraded to the off-road spec, and dual exhaust pipes have been added to the bumper to give it a raw look. SP Designs has also beefed up the wheel arches that look much more prominent now and add a solid look to the vehicle. The modified Scorpio also gets new alloy wheels and Maxxis off-road tires.
Mahindra Scorpio is India’s one of the best-selling SUVs. There are many fine examples of the Mahindra Scorpio being modified into beautiful looking examples. Here is one more such “built-not-bought” example based on the new generation Scorpio.