The Mahindra Bolero 'Dark Edition' is a True-blue Mafia Car, G-Wagon Who?

by Jatin Chhibber | 27/10/2020
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Here’s a recent rendering of Tata Harrier Dark Edition-inspired Mahindra Bolero, in which the designer has made the dark edition model of the SUV.

Mahindra Bolero is one of the best-selling cars that are offered by the automaker in our market. In India, the SUV is popular in both rural as well as in urban areas. Enthusiasts around India love to modify it as per their preference. After getting modified, it can easily confuse people between Bolero and G-Wagon because both the cars have a boxy and muscular design. Here’s a recent digital rendering of a dark-themed Mahindra Bolero, which looks like a proper mafia car. It looks like the artist of this rendering has taken inspiration from the Tata Harrier Dark Edition for the colour theme of this UV. 

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Side-look-of-Dark-Edition-Mahindra-Bolero

This black-themed Mahindra Bolero has been made by R design. One can see in the picture that this Mahindra Bolero is in black colour shade. Every bit of the car has been blacked-out to give it a distinctive look. The normal steel wheels of the SUV have been replaced by bigger multi-spoke blacked-out alloy wheels, which are wrapped in low profile tyres. As one can see in the rendering that except for the blacked-out alloy wheels, the designer has not added any other aftermarket part and still this dark edition Mahindra Bolero looks classy. Talking about Mahindra Bolero, the SUV is powered by a 1.5-litre, three-cylinder diesel engine, which is capable of shredding out 75bhp of power and 210 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed MT. It is rated to offer an ARAI fuel-efficiency of 17.1 kmpl.

Front-side-view-of-Mahindra-Bolero

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It is offered in three different trim levels namely- B4, B6 and B6 Opt.  The new 2020 Mahindra Bolero facelift is offered with better styling, a BS6-compliant oil-burner and improved safety standards. The SUV is priced at Rs 7.98 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the entry-level B4 trim and goes all the way up to Rs 8.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the top-spec B6 (O) variant. As compared to the old BS4 model, the new Mahindra Bolero is Rs 70,000 costlier. Most of the styling changes have been done on the front profile of the SUV. The new Mahindra Bolero gets an updated grille, revised headlights and a reshaped bumper. 

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