The complete modification took 1 month and a total investment of around 8-10 lakh.
It is a well-known fact that Mahindra SUVs are the most popular in the customisation market. We have seen several Bolero’s modified into G-Wagon with Mercedes-like design elements. Here is a latest example of the modified Bolero, which turns into a Jeep Wrangler. The Bolero has been given a complete transformation from Gurgaon-based modifier, Green Army Motorsports.
It is basically the 2010 Mahindra Bolero CRDe model, which has received several changes to look like a proper Wrangler Unlimited. It is quite difficult to tell that this SUV was actually a Bolero. In fact, all the parts of the vehicle has been replaced with Jeep Wrangler’s parts. However, the mechanics of the SUV remains the same. Also See – Maruti 800 Modified To Look Like Mahindra Thar In Just 92,000
In fact, most of the body parts are developed in house for this modification. Except for the original engine and chassis, the rest of the car is completely different. Upfront is the signature Jeep’s seven-slot grille, new bumper with tow hook and a new LED bar. In fact, the bonnet and fenders are custom made and resembles the original Wrangler’s profile. The roof gets twin sunroofs and multiple blinkers on all sides. Side profile too resembles the Wrangler, featuring big ORVMs, wide fenders, squared profile and customised door panels. Also See – This modified Mahindra Scorpio Hunk Looks Unique
At the back, the SUV gets new bumper and a huge spare tyre. The SUV is wrapped in satin matte grey colour with gloss black highlights. It features raised suspensions and large Maxis bighorn LT 315/75R16 tyres. Not just exterior, the cabin has also been customised with a redesigned dashboard, powered seats, twin sunroof, etc. The complete modification took 1 month and a total investment of around 8-10 lakh.