Here'a 2020 Mahindra Thar, which features ceramic coating to preserve the showroom shine of the new SUV.
Last month, Mahindra & Mahindralaunched the new-gen model of their most popular SUV in the India market named as Thar. The 2020 model of Thar gets new looks along with some added features. People around the country have started modifying the 2020 Mahindra Thar as per their preference. One of the most important modifications a person needs to do on his brand new car is the employment of the ceramic coating. Here are a few images of the all-new Mahindra Thar, which gets nano-coating treatment.
In this, an invisible chemical coating is done on the exterior of the car to save it from direct sunlight or minor dents and scratches. This treatment preserves the showroom shine of a car. Other than the employment of ceramic paint, no customization has been done on the SUV. The detailing job on this 2020 Mahindra Thar has been done by Pete’s Garage.
It also saves it from minor scratches. There are a lot of detailing studios around the country that offer this paint protection treatment. Ceramics coating is far better than your regular car wax and is also more reliable because the car wax gets diminished as soon as the car gets exposed to the weather. The nano-coating eliminates the need for using car wax because the latter offers less protection. One can contact the nearest ceramic coating workshop to know more details.
Talking about the2020 Mahindra Thar, the all-new off-roader was launched in India on 2nd October. It is offered in three different trim levels namely- AX, AX(O) and LX. The first unit of the 2020 Mahindra off-roader was auctioned for Rs 1.10 crore and was delivered on 1st November to Mr Aakash Minda. Since the official bookings of the SUV have commenced, the automaker has received 20,000 reservations. Mahindra has recently announced that they are planning to ramp up the production of the SUV from 2,000 to 3,000 units per month by January 2021. The all-new Mahindra Thar is developed on a new platform and is bigger in dimensions as compared to its predecessor.