The Mahindra Thar is one of the toughest cars on Indian roads. Here are some modified Thar avatars that look fabulous.
Mahindra Thar is a highly sought-after small lifestyle SUV due to the many customization possibilities it offers. It’s also a great off-roader and really offers good value for money. Today we are going to take a look at some amazing examples of modified Thar models available under â¹ 5 lakh.
Drago from Mahindra Adventures
This car offers a stunning aesthetic which is really attractive. It has a metallic blue exterior paint job with flames on it. This car has been modified by Sarbloh Motors based in Punjab. It has fantastic graphics on the doors, hood and front fenders. The wheels of this car make it even more attractive. Other highlights of this car are the revised raised rear fenders, outer roll cage, plastic snorkel and custom rear bumper.
Thar Hammer by DC Design
Thar’s hammer has an impressive look to win the hearts of onlookers. It is one of the best modified Mahindra Thar available on the market. It features modified LED fog lights, LED turn signals, LED taillights, a custom hood, and redesigned front and rear bumpers. It gets an attractive classic look with the help of wheel arches, a smart hardtop and alloy rims. The car has an all-red theme and an in-dash touchscreen entertainment system.
Mahindra Thar Angry Bird
As the name suggests, the car is inspired by the Angry Birds collection and it looks great. It really gives the essence of the much loved cartoon character. The tires on this car are wider and the wheel arches are bolder. It has a new bumper which comes with an integrated bulb. The rear of this car also has some modifications like the LED taillights. The interior of the car is completely renovated, and it has new seats and other notable modifications.
Mahindra Thar by St. Mary’s Garage, Kerala
This modified Thar offered by St. Mary’s Garage, Kerala is beautiful. The front of this car has been redesigned with a new angular grilled hood and a custom bumper with an electric winch. The headlights on this car are also updated to contain LED daytime running lights and projector headlights. The bumper has a pair of auxiliary lights to give this car an impressive look. The fenders are also customized and have new taillights at the rear.
Mahindra Thar 6×6
This red Mahindra Thar looks great. Mercedes G-Wagon 6×6 inspires the modifications of this car. One of the special features of this car is that it has six wheels. In addition, other modifications to this car are its double cab body and bulbous off-road bumper.
Mahindra Thar Wanderlust
Mahindra Thar’s Wanderlust is one of the most popular modified Thar available in India. It is known as the wildest version of the Thar Daybreak. It has butterfly style doors and looks absolutely stunning. It features 33-inch negative-offset wheels and a custom grille and fenders. Mechanically the car remains the same, but different modifications have been made to the exterior and interior of this car to make it unique and striking.
Mahindra Thar by Grizzly Customs
Grizzly Customs, based in Pune, rose to fame by introducing this beautifully personalized Mahindra Thar. It has six wheels and the car looks bolder and more aggressive with the two additional rear wheels. Plus, LED projector headlamps, large headlamp, front bumper and custom bumper make it even more aggressive and attractive.
This is the official modification of Mahindra Thar. It was first shown at Auto Expo 2016. This car looks bolder than the regular models and comes with many modifications, such as an off-road bumper with an electric winch. In addition, it has an updated grille, new doors, projector headlights with LED DRLs and a hardtop. The rear of this car has LED tail lights. Dawn is absolutely beautiful with all of these changes.
Mahindra Thar is one of the top picks for modification enthusiasts in India and it is one of the most affordable and strongest SUVs in India. Which of these if your favorite?
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