Mahindra Bolero has been often seen modified to mimic a G-Class or to excel off-road. Here's a Bolero that has upgraded itself to look like a Jeep Wrangler.
Mahindra Bolero is a pretty common sight, especially in the Tier-2 and Tier-3 markets. Buyers of this vehicle mostly choose it for the robust build, simple mechanicals and fairly grunty diesel engine. Between the enthusiasts, the Bolero is seen as a vehicle that can be modified to either an outlandish offroading rig or at least something that has a high street presence. Well, it won't be wrong to say that the clean lines and the simple design of this UV provides quite a canvas to the customizers. Earlier, saw a Bolero which was converted to look like a Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Today, we have a Bolero that has been customized to look like a Jeep Wrangler.
It would be tough to make out if it is a Bolero for the untrained eyes.
The car in the pictures looks like a picture-perfect replica of the Jeep Wrangler. This insane mod job has been performed by Mumbai-based SP Design Studio. According to them, the cost of modifying a stock Bolero to reach this level is Rs. 9.50 lakh, excluding the cost of the donor vehicle. The modifier has also confirmed that they have studied the car’s chassis thoroughly and have not altered any important member from the car’s frame.
This modification job has been performed with a keen eye on attention to details. The car gets a redesigned front-end that mimics a Jeep Wrangler’s face. However, the modifier has used an 'Angry Bird' grille instead of a stock unit. Also, the roof of the car has been redesigned as well. It features a flat profile now. The lighting of this car is an all-LED affair. It gets LED headlamps, LED taillamps, LED foglamps, and LED turn indicators as well. From the sides, it can be seen that the car gets redesigned doors and fenders to help it look the part. The rear facet is also modified to imitate a Jeep Wrangler.
The modified Bolero gets a manual panoramic sunroof.
The modifier has also revamped the interior on this Jeep Wrangler, err...Bolero. It gets a redesigned dashboard, electrically operated power windows, a high-end music system, and a manual panoramic sunroof. The interior has been wrapped in a shade of beige with a contrasting dark-themed dashboard. The second-row bench seats have made way for captain chairs. From the looks of it, everything under the hood has been ledt stock.