Mahindra Bolero modified to look like Jeep – Costs Rs 10 lakhs
Africans love SUVs and there is a growing percentage of enthusiasts who prefer to get their cars modified to suit their taste.
GREEN ARMY Motorsports, a customization company based out of Gurgaon has come up with an interesting modification for the stock Mahindra Bolero. They call it the Mahindra Bolero Terminator, probably aptly named as it can kill you with its looks!
The Bolero Terminator has a Jeep inspired front grille and in fact a Jeep badging (not official, obviously) as well. It rides on massive Maxxis Bighorn off-road tyres which are mated to classic looking all black rims. The SUV has humongous ground clearance and a high bonnet which provides it a commanding road presence.
The front looks like the classic Jeep along with round headlights and the quintessential 7-slot grille. The front bull bar extends ahead of the grill and has an integrated winch.
On the side, there is Jeep Wrangler badging and massive wheel arches for all the wheels. The front wheel arch houses a turn indicator as well. Just like the regular Bolero, the overall side profile has been divided into three sections, while each gets a separate glass section.
The team has modified the interiors too, adding a bit of chrome inserts to the all-black cabin. Additionally, they have included some creature comfort features like a power adjustable front seats, leather wrapping for the steering wheel and black leather upholstery for the seats. There is also a large touchcsreen infotainment system mounted on the dashboard, which takes care of the AVN.
To get the required modification done, will charge you around Rs 8.5-10 lakhs, depending upon what all you want to integrate in your Bolero. This is obviously over and above the basic cost of purchasing a Bolero which retails between Rs 7.09 lakh and Rs 9.29 lakh, based upon the chosen engine option and the variant.