Mahindra registers Scorpio X trademark, Scorpio N-based Pickup Truck will enter the market

Mahindra officially introduced the Global Pik Up concept in August 2023 and its production-ready variant can be seen soon. However, it is not yet clear whether the company is going to name this pickup Scorpio X. Designed at Mahindra India Design Studio (MIDS), this model is very similar to its donor Scorpio N.

Feb 21, 2024 - 14:55
Mahindra registers Scorpio X trademark, Scorpio N-based Pickup Truck will enter the market

Mahindra & Mahindra may soon release a pickup truck in India. Recently, the business registered the name Scorpio X as a trademark. It is expected to be based on the Mahindra Scorpio N.

The Global Pik Up concept was formally unveiled by Mahindra in August 2023, and the production-ready version will soon be available. It is unclear at this time, though, if the corporation will call this pickup Scorpio X.

This model, created at the Mahindra India Design Studio (MIDS), bears a striking resemblance to its donor Scorpio N. Its headlights, bonnet, fenders, and front doors are strikingly similar to those of the Scorpio N.

Talking about its side profile, the vehicle has a snorkel, newly designed alloy wheels, high suspension, roof rails, LED light bar and side steps. It also has a large loading bay space. Moving to the rear profile, LED tail lights and a strong bumper design can be seen.

It will also be built on a new generation ladder frame platform that has performed well in security tests such as GNCAP.

The diesel and gasoline engines in the new pickup are probably going to be the same. Either a 6-speed AT or a 6-speed manual gearbox will be used with it. Additionally, it will have 4WD with shift-on-the-fly capability, giving it versatility on a variety of terrains.

Many new features, such as Level-2 ADAS, trailer sway mitigation, sleepy driver detection, 5G connectivity, and a sunroof, will be available in the upcoming model. This Mahindra pickup truck, which is anticipated to go on sale in 2019, will go up against the Toyota Hilux and Isuzu V-Cross in the Indian market.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Content Writer