Mahindra and Mahindra (Mahindra & Mahindra) launched its much-awaited SUV Scorpio-N (Scorpio-N) in the Indian market in the last week of June. Mahindra is pitching its latest car as an urban SUV with all-new. The new generation model of Mahindra Scorpio has been introduced with many updates on the exterior look and design as well as inside the cabin. The Scorpio-N comes with a host of new features, which add to its premium appeal.
The automaker has said that the new Scorpio-N as well as the previous model of the Scorpio will continue to be sold. But do you know why ‘N’ was added to the name of the new Scorpio. Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, who is very active on social media Twitter, was questioned by people about this. Instead of answering this question, Anand Mahindra instead asked people to explain its meaning. Twitter users gave very interesting answers to this.
Anand Mahindra was questioned by a user named Yash Vijaykar on Twitter as to why the new Scorpio is being called Scorpio-N. Instead it could have been named Scorpion. In response, Anand Mahindra said, “That’s a good question. What do you guys think? It will be interesting to see who gets closer to the correct answer.”
After this, a user said that N would mean Neo, which would have been used for the new generation model of Scorpio. At the same time, another Twitter user wrote that the company has not discontinued the old Scorpio. Maybe that’s why N is added to denote New . On this answer, Anand Mahindra wrote that you are almost close to the answer.
In this question-and-answer round on Twitter, a user named Abhishek Kaul wrote that it is possible that the new Scorpio, which the company has called Big Daddy of SUVs, has expanded the possibilities to infinity. So here ‘N’ stands for Infinite. In response, Anand Mahindra wrote that it is part of the logic.
Recently, Anand Mahindra shared a video of the new Scorpio N which shows its off-roader power. In this video the new Mahindra Scorpio-N is being driven on muddy, rough roads. With this video, Anand Mahindra wrote – This is what we were born to do.