This Mahindra Thar Modified Beyond Recognition Is A Crazy-Mod-Job
Thar Modified Beyond Recognition Is A Crazy-Mod-Job with humongous wheels and radical paint scheme
Mahindra’s Thar has a lot of fan following and it is mostly owned by many auto enthusiasts. The design is simple and so is the construction, hence making it easy to play with it and customize it. We have seen avatars of the Thar’s, from off-roaders, to open top Jeep alike, etc. We have spotted one such heavily modified Thar, what makes it unique is that the owner hasn’t done the typical off-road look. But he or she have gone their way forward and given it more of a bling and pimped look.
As we glimpse through the pictures, we can see that this Thar is offered with a hard top and the windows carry heavy tints. Its gets a dual tone paint scheme, with the hard top splashed in white, while the rest of the body is painted in maroon. The eye-catching element is the wheels, this Thar runs on bigger wheels as compared to the standard one. We don’t know exactly what might be the configurations, but it might be R20 rims. The Alloy wheels are finished in chrome and really pops out loud and these rims are wrapped around with low profile racing tyres.
The suspension setup, on the other hand, is tweaked to accommodate the larger wheels, also we see that it gets custom wheel arches. From behind the wide tyres give this Thar a muscular stance. While at the rear, the first thing we see is the Jeep logo, well it’s better not to comment on their choices. This Thar gets a custom rear bumper, while the number plate is shifted towards to the middle right-hand corner on the hard top. We can see some radium reflectors stuck on the bumper and the blacked out exhaust pipe can be seen sneaking out from the right-hand side of the bumper.
Well, we don’t get a glimpse on the inside, but looking at the mods outside, there are no doubts that the interiors won’t be standard and simple. Also, we don’t know if there any mods were done to the engine. This model looks like the Thar CRDe 4×4 AC variant, hence powering this beast is a 2498cc, diesel engine that coupled with a five-speed manual gearbox. This engine is capable of generating 105 bhp of power and 247Nm of twist and all of it is transferred to all the wheels of the Thar via the 4WD system.