Modified Mahindra Thar Badlands with rash looks is personification of Mad Max vehicle

The Mahindra Thar certainly holds the title of being one of the favorite off-roader SUVs of Indians. For adventurers, the Thar hits the spot with its off-roading DNA and a bit of a rugged look. However, some people are still not satisfied with the looks and capabilities of the SUV. Hence, they choose to modify these SUVs to enhance their visual and mechanical appeal. And we have seen a few modifications on the Mahindra Thar which are definitely relatively high on the “flashy” part. The Mahindra Thar that we have today has been modified to hit the right spot, thanks to Her Garage’s YouTube channel.

We here at Mahindra Thar have changed its look with a new shade of beige which is not usually seen on stock cars. Apart from this, it also gets aftermarket LED auxiliary lights with different glowing patterns. Also, the long bonnet of the Thar has been modified with several additions to get the ‘Mad Max’ look. Notably, it has a black faux air vent and a hood scoop in the middle, perhaps just for visual purposes.

In addition to this, it gets a custom front bumper with a four-slat custom grille and an integrated bull bar, all of which follow the black paint theme. The unique off-road front grille houses the after-market circular LED fog lamps in addition to the halogen headlamps on the basic variant housing LED headlamps with programmable LED daytime running lamps. Additionally, the fenders feature aftermarket LED dynamic turn indicators. A metal bash plate in the middle of the front bumper is coated in beige, just like the rest of the car.

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To add to the “X factor”, the SUV gets 285/60 R18 tires from BF Goodrich, wrapped on after-market 18-inch black alloy wheels. Some other highlights include wheel arch moulding, side body cladding, A-pillar garnish and 4×4 badges.

The interiors of the Mahindra Thar have a red and black theme. The inside remains predominantly black, but the seats, front center armrest, and door panels are covered in red imitation leather. The sidewalls of the center console, special grab handles on the pillars, and stitching on the pedals and steering wheel all have additional red highlights.

Based on the video, the Mahindra Thar’s modification costs around Rs. 8 lakhs. The cost of the original car is around Rs 14 lakh, adding the cost of modification to it will cost the car Rs 22 lakh.

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