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Raid De Himalaya
The Scorpio has had a winning run at the Raid...
Rally Dos Sertoes, Brazil
A Mahindra Scorpio Pick-Up, driven by Ricardo ...
Desert Storm
The Scorpio stormed through over 3500 km
Assam Rifles
As market leaders in Utility vehicles,...
Gondwanaland Expedition
On March 24, 2006, three Scorpios christened...
Nikitin Expedition
January 12, 2006. Three Scorpios...
Mahindra Builds Off-Road
In May 2010, Hyderabad...
Scorpio Platoon, Bolero Invader...
A tribute to Scorpio
Scorpio Platoon, Bolero Invader...
Raid de Himalaya

The Scorpio has had a winning run at the Raid. It first won the Raid in 2006, in the SUV and Overall Reliability categories, with motorsport and rally enthusiast Farhan Vohra behind the wheel, and Krupesh Patel and Kunal Sood doing duty as navigator and strategist.
They surmounted many an obstacle of weather and topography, health risks due to high altitudes, freezing temperatures and perils of 'black ice' to finally make it to the podium.
In 2008, another rally aficionado K Prasad, ably aided by his brother and navigator K Pradeep, guided the Scorpio to a well-earned victory, overcoming similar challenges in weather and terrain.
In 2009, brothers Prasad and Pradeep once again piloted the Scorpio to pole position in the Adventure Trial segment (SUV category). What's more, in 2009, the Scorpio also occupied five other positions within the top 20 vehicles that completed the rally. Over 100 vehicles had negotiated difficult mountain terrain, high altitudes, low oxygen levels, temperatures dropping to minus 10 degrees, and unpredictable weather including snowstorms.
The Scorpio won Raid De Himalaya 2009 Adventure Trial - SUV category. That too, for the second time in a row. The Mighty Scorpio dominated the entire rally, from the flag-off from Shimla, through freezing temperatures, rocky terrain and some of the most challenging conditions on earth. The winning vehicle was driven by the adventure-crazy brothers, Mr. K. Prasad and Mr. Pradeep. Thats not all, on the second position was another Mahindra vehicle the Bolero. In fact, not only did the Scorpio come first on the podium in this gruelling rally - it also occupied 5 other positions within the top 20 vehicles that finished this rally. Once again, leaving other cars, out in the cold.