Check out this modified Mahindra Bolero 6X6, which has been turned into a 6x6 offroad beast with an ultra-luxurious interior.
Mahindra Bolero is one of the most popular UVs in India, which is mostly owing to its rugged nature, butch looks, and immense load-carrying capacity. Some people, however, aren’t interested in the utilitarian nature of the Bolero, but rather use it as a canvas for their customisation projects. The UV’s boxy design lends itself well to an artist’s imagination. We have seen countless examples of modified Mahindra Bolero, but none of them has been as wild as the one we have here! In fact, this modded Bolero looks so good that we wish the 2020 model of the UV looked at least somewhat like this.
Modified Mahindra Bolero 6x6 luxury offroader
The Mahindra Bolero 6x6 seen above has been modified by SD Nakodar. He specialises in restoring and customising old vehicles. This crazy-looking Bolero indeed seems to be one of the best examples of this craft. The changes in the car are extensive, which we shall cover in detail. At the front, the headlamps are different, two round units on each end. The front bumper is also a new, off-road-oriented unit, which offers an improved approach angle. The car features ‘Jeep’ branding on the nose, which will surely grab a lot of attention from onlookers. The roof-rails feature two pairs of auxiliary lights. You also get a new pair of ORVMs.
The side profile of the Bolero shows a major change. The car has been extended by a few inches at the back, to accommodate the extra pair of wheels. The rear wheel arches have also been extended on both ends of the car. As we don’t see the wheels in action in the video, we aren’t sure if this is a true 6x6 though; the additional wheels added could be free instead of powered. Regardless, the car now has a tank-like silhouette! At the rear, you get an additional hinged spare-wheel mount, which has to be opened before the tailgate in order to access the rear seats!
The interior of the car has undergone some significant changes. The second row now gets captain chairs with a wall-mounted television in front. Below the TV, there is a smaller screen, which is the control unit. Like many other luxury car mods, the front row seats have been isolated into a driver’s cabin. The third row gets inwards facing bench seats, just like the stock Bolero does. Such seats tend to be uncomfortable over long journeys. Leather is generously used in the interior, and the car also gets ceiling-mounted AC vents for thorough cooling throughout the passenger cabin.