This Mahindra Bolero has been customized by DC Design. The overall modification costs around Rs 18 lakh.
DC Design is among the popularly known modifiers around India. DC is in the modification scene from many years and is one of the most reputed names when it comes to customizations. DC Design North East has recently customized a Mahindra Bolero Interceptor, and we guess it is the most expensive Mahindra Bolero that money can buy. Now talking about the modifications, this Mahindra Bolero features a black theme as it employs black colour shade and jet black seats with contrasting orange accents. One can also see a similar type of highlights on the dashboard and many other parts of the cabin. This highly customized Mahindra Bolero seems much more premium and elegant as compared to the stock model of the SUV.
In this Mahindra SUV, the modifier has added a few advanced features like the roof-mounted infotainment system, which can be accessed by second-row passengers. But, we guess that it can obstruct the view of the driver in the IRVM. According to DC North East, the overall cost of all these modifications is around Rs 18 lakh, and it also includes the cost donor vehicle. The roof of the SUV has been painted in contrasting orange colour. The same colour treatment has also been done on the wing mirrors. This addition has enhanced the overall look of the SUV. To give it more muscular look the modifier has employed blacked-out aftermarket alloy wheels, which are wrapped with aftermarket tyres. One can directly contact the modifier for further queries.
The front fascia of the SUV gets aftermarket grille, headlamps and bumper.
Taking about Mahindra Bolero, the SUV derives power from a 1.5-litre, three-cylinder diesel engine, which develops 75bhp of power and 210 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes paired with a 5-speed MT. It is rated to offer an ARAI certified mileage of 16.7kmpl. It gets retailed at a starting price of Rs 8 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the base model and goes all the way up to Rs 9 lakh for the top-spec variant.