After the much-awaited launch of the Mahindra XUV700, prospective buyers are eagerly waiting for the next-generation Scorpio. The car has garnered much praise over the years and Mahindra is all set to make it even better. We have been bringing to you fresh spy shots of the upcoming Mahindra Scorpio regularly. Today, we bring to you another set of spy shots which reveal the headlight setup of this upcoming SUV. In this article, we will discuss what information can be deciphered from the spy shots.
What is being revealed?
The spy shots reveal some really important information. First of all, the fog lamps on the Scorpio will come powered by halogen bulbs and not LEDs. When looked closely at, the spy shots reveal that the headlight setup has a good spread. The light spread on the divider and the angle of dispersion hint at the main light setup offering sufficient area of coverage as well. If this is the case, it will surely be a plus point towards improved safety. We think with the Scorpio, Mahindra will give it autobooster headlamps, a technology that has come with the XUV700.
Also, one of the spy shots reveal the tail lamp setup of the new Scorpio. The spy shot below shows the partially-revealed tail lamp on the right side. The Scorpio will offer LED tail lamps. Also, the tail lamp will cover most of the pillar on which it is attached. This is expected to give the Scorpio a premium appeal.
What else do we know?
Earlier spy shots also revealed the presence of two separate LED DRL units; one on the fog lamp housing and one on the main headlamp unit. Apart from this, it was also confirmed via spy shots that the new Scorpio will not offer a panoramic sunroof, unlike some claims made earlier. The new-generation SUV will however offer a regular panoramic sunroof.
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