Friday, November 23, 2012

Mahindra Scorpio


The Mahindra Scorpio is an SUV manufactured by Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, the flagship company of the Indian Mahindra Group. It was the first SUV from the company built for the global market. The Scorpio has been successfully accepted in international markets across the globe, and will shortly be launched in the United States.
The Scorpio was conceptualized and designed by the in-house integrated design and manufacturing team of M&M. The car has been the recipient of three prestigious awards: the "Car of the Year" award from Business Standard Motoring as well as the "Best SUV of the Year" and the "Best Car of the Year" awards, both from BBC World Wheels.
Prior to the mid-nineties, Mahindra & Mahindra was an automobile assembly company. The company manufactured Willys Jeeps and its minor modified versions, with modifications carried out in India. In 1996, the company planned to enter the SUV segment with a new product which could compete globally. Since M & M did not have the technical knowhow to handle such an ambitious product, they devised an entirely new concept among Indian auto companies. Roping in new executives who had worked in the auto industry in western countries, such as Dr. Pawan Goenka and Alan Durante, the company broke the rule that says automakers must design, engineer and test their own vehicles while spending millions of dollars in the process.
The new Mahindra Scorpio SUV had all of its major systems designed directly by suppliers, with the only inputs from Mahindra being design, performance specifications and program cost. The design and engineering of the systems were carried out by suppliers, as well as testing, validation and materials selection. Sourcing and engineering locations were also chosen by suppliers. The parts were later assembled in a Mahindra plant under the Mahindra badge, being a well-known brand in India. Using this method, the company was able to build from scratch a new vehicle with virtually 100 percent supplier involvement from concept to reality, at a cost of Rs 600 crore ($120 million), including improvements to the plant. The project took five years to move from concept to final product. The cost was estimated in 2002 to be Rs 550 crore.
On April 14, 2008, Mahindra revealed a concept of a diesel-electric hybrid version of their Scorpio SUV at the 2008 SAE World Congress.
On September 21, 2008, Mahindra launched their latest Scorpio with a 6-speed automatic transmission gearbox.


Name : Scorpio
Model : EX
Car Body Type : SUV
Segment : C+ Segment

Top Speed : 150
0 to 60 : 11.20
0 to 100 : 0.00
Fuel Consumption : Highway 14.00 kmpl.
Fuel Consumption : City 9.00 kmpl.
Warranty : 2 year/50000 kms


Displacement : 2500cc, M2DiCR
Engine Type : Diesel
Maximum Power : 75 Bhp @ 3200 rpm
Maximum Torque : 220 Nm @1400 rpm


Length : 4430 mm
Width : 1817 mm
Height : 1975 mm


Airbag : 2
Parking Sensors : No
Fog Lamp : No
Traction Control : No
EBD : No
ABS : No
ESP : No
Rear Seat Belts : 3


AC : AC (without Climate Control)
Power Windows : Yes
Central Locking : Manual
Remote Boot : Yes
Remote Fuel Filler : Yes
Rear Wiper : No
Rear Defogger : No
Rear Armrest : With Cup Holder
Streeing Adjustment (Rake/Reach) : Yes/No
Driver Seat Adjustment : Manual
Music System : Optional
Leather Seats : Optional
Door Mirror : Both Side
Tinted Glass : Yes
Rear AC Vent : No
Folding Rear Seats : Yes
Sun Roof : No
Buttons/Controls on Steering : No
Auto Viper : No
Auto Headlamp : No


Seating Capacity : 8
Tyre Size : 235/70 R16
Suspension : Independent, coil spring, torsion bar
Turning Circle : 5.60 mtrs.
Boot Space : 460.00 ltrs.
Steering : Power
Brakes : Front Disk, Rear Drum
Gears : 5 Manual
Kerb Weight : 2510.00 kgs.
Fuel Tank : 60.00
Body Color Bumpers : Yes
Tachometer : Yes
Alloys : No
ORVM Indicator : No
Xenon Headlamps : No
Trip Meter : 3
Headlamp Washer : No

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