Mahindra Thar offers endless scope for modification. This one, however, has used the best set of permutations and combinations to look way better than the stock product.
Mahindra Thar enjoys a cult following around the Indian off-road enthusiasts. The offroader is loved for the Jeep DNA it possesses and its tuner friendly nature. Thus, it is really hard to spot two identical-looking Thars together at any place, other than a showroom floor. Thar owners are often seen using the Jeep parts on their builds. However, this one looks just like the Jeep Wrangler with some Mahindra instincts. We come across this build via a YouTube video, which uploaded by DN Records on their channel. The car belongs Danish, who hails from mods own country – Kerala.
The list of modifications performed on this Mahindra Thar is pretty long. It gets an aftermarket offroad bumper at the front with beefier recovery points. The radiator grille is also replaced with an aftermarket unit, which looks like that of the Wrangler. The bonnet and fenders are modified to blend with the overall Jeep inspired design. A look on the SUV from the sides showcases the Wrangler like doors. It now sits on a set of 15-inch 10.5J steel rims, which are shod with 33-inch mud-terrain tyres from Maxxis. The rear fenders are also customized to keep up the harmony with the front ones.
Modified Mahindra Thar looks scintillating in this sandy background.
Talking of the hardtop, it is a custom made unit. It features a flat profile and gives the car a similar silhouette as the Jeep Wrangler. The rear bumper has also been replaced with a custom made offroad bumper. It also gets a set of aftermarket LED tail lamps. The car has been lifted with the use of Ironman suspension components, while the leaf springs are from ARC. This Thar is finished in a metallic blue paint scheme that helps it grab all the eyeballs. However, complementing the blue colour scheme is the contrasting black paint that has been used for the hardtop and bumpers. Overall, the cars look beautiful and modern than what Mahindra rolls off the production line.