Sources revealed that a steering wheel that resembles the one on the XUV500, apart from its silver and black colour, includes steering-mounted controls.

The high-tech looking new instrument cluster has an angular housing. The digital multi-information display has a bright blue readout, and the jewel-effect dials look really premium.

Switchgear for the power windows has been moved from the centre console to a more convenient place on the doors.

According to the experts, with all these latest updates and new equipment, Scorpio will likely be quite more expensive than the outgoing car, and customers might have to pay a premium of Rs 30,000-50,000 over the current model.