Here's a Mahindra Bolero that has been modified with LED DRLs, projector headlamps, and LED tail lamps on the outside. It gets posher interior on the inside with seats from Honda CR-V.
Mahindra Bolero is quite a common sight on the Indian roads. It is almost 20 years old now, and Mahindra has recently given it a mid-life refresh along with the BS-6 update. In its production run of 20 years, Bolero has not changed much in terms of the chassis and bodyshell it comes with. However, the car has received a slew of updates in terms of revised front end and updated feature list. Even with all of these updates, Mahindra has kept the Bolero away from modern features such as LED DRLs, projector headlamps, LED tail lamps and more. This isn’t, however, a big issue since the aftermarket equipment are of much help.
Here’s a video of a modified Bolero that we came across via a YouTube video, which was uploaded on the channel of Hyper Customs. The kitted up Bolero in the video gets itself a set of projector headlamps with LED DRLs on the front along with an aftermarket radiator grille. On the rear facet, it now gets LED elements to perform the illumination duties in the tail lamps. These aren’t aftermarket units. The tuner has designed these headlamps and tail lamps himself, using the stock assembly.
Also, the tuner has revamped the interior of this Bolero to load it up with an upmarket ambience. The interior is now finished in a shade of beige, and the material used here is synthetic leather. The roof liner and door pad of this Bolero are wrapped in the same leather material with a quilted pattern for the stitching. The same theme is carried over to the seat covers as well.
However, the front seats on this Bolero are not stock units any more. The modification house has retro-fitted the fronts seats of a Honda CR-V, instead. With new seats in place, the front occupants of the Bolero get extra comfort and electric adjustability for the reach and recline. Also, these seats offer height adjustment control via a manual rotary knob. The front occupants also get their individual arm-rests now. This job has been performed by Hyper Customs, who are based out of Chandigarh.