Mahindra Introduces Scorpio With Intelli-Hybrid Technology
- With Intelli-Hybrid, Scorpio is India’s first SUV with mild hybrid technology that reduces fuel consumption using Motor Assist, Electronic Start Stop and Brake Energy Regeneration
- Intelli-Hybrid is currently available on the following variants of Scorpio with the 2.2 Litre mHAWK engine: S4, S4+, S4+ 4wd, S6+, S8, S10 2WD (Manual Transmission), S10 4WD (Manual Transmission)
- Priced at Rs. 12.84 lac for the top-end S10-2WD (Manual Transmission) model (ex-showroom price without Octroi, Navi Mumbai, BS4)
Mumbai, July 20, 2016: Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., India’s leading SUV manufacturer, today announced the launch of its new mild hybrid technology ‘Intelli-Hybrid’ on the New Generation Scorpio. The Scorpio with Intelli-Hybrid is on offer at an attractive ex-showroom price of Rs.12.84 lac (Navi Mumbai, BS4) for the top-end S10-2WD model, to be available July 2016 onwards.
Intelli-Hybrid reduces fuel consumption by up to 7% by assisting the engine with electric power during acceleration, automatically switching the engine off while the vehicle is stationary (start-stop) and re-using brake energy, which would otherwise be wasted, to charge the battery.
As India’s first SUV with mild hybrid capability, Scorpio continues to be a trend-setter in technology with many ‘firsts’ to its name. Scorpio was India’s first talking car with Voice Messaging System, the first in its class with a CRDe engine and with a 6-speed Automatic Transmission and the first to offer Micro Hybrid start-stop technology.
Speaking about the introduction of Scorpio with Intelli-Hybrid, Pravin Shah, President & Chief Executive (Automotive), Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. said, “As an organisation that places keen emphasis on sustainability and eco-friendly practices, across every process and product, we are proud to introduce mild hybrid technology on the Scorpio. By reducing fuel consumption, Intelli-Hybrid helps Scorpio owners contribute towards a cleaner and greener tomorrow.”
To begin with, Intelli-Hybrid has been made available on the following variants of Scorpio with the 2.2 Litre mHAWK engine: S4, S4+, S4+ 4wd, S6+, S8, S10-2WD (Manual Transmission) and S10-4WD (Manual Transmission).
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In 2015, Mahindra & Mahindra was recognized as the Best Company for CSR in India in a study by the Economic Times.In 2014, Mahindra featured on the Forbes Global 2000, a comprehensive listing of the world’s largest, most powerful public companies, as measured by revenue, profit, assets and market value. The Mahindra Group also received the Financial Times ‘Boldness in Business’ Award in the ‘Emerging Markets’ category in 2013.
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