New Zealand scored four tries as they built on last weekend's narrow win over Australia in Hong Kong. Anthony Tuitavake, Piri Weepu, Richard Kahui and Anthony Boric all crossed for scores, while Stephen Donald added a further 10 points with the boot and replacement Dan Carter slotting a single conversion.
Scotland's only points came from the boot of full back Chris Paterson, with the hosts suffering a further blow after Sean Lamont pulled up with what appeared to be a hamstring injury.
The Scots had been looking for their first-ever win over New Zealand having experienced 24 defeats and just two draws in their previous 26 encounters. They never looked likely to make history, however, as a much-changed All Black side ran out comfortable winners.
Scotland now turn their attentions to next Saturday's clash with South Africa, before facing Canada on November 22.