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This Off-Road Focused Mahindra Bolero Modified to Look Like a Jeep Gladiator Means Business

Modified Mahindra Bolero. (Image source: Cartoq)

Modified Mahindra Bolero. (Image source: Cartoq)

Gurugram-based Green Army Motorsport who undertook the project has transformed the car into a Jeep Wrangler.

The Bolero badge has been one of the most successful ones for Mahindra since its inception. The cart has gained immense popularity in rural areas where demand dictates a vehicle to be rugged with adequate load carrying capacity. Being developed with such a purpose, the Bolero is one of the toughest utility vehicles out there. Hence, modifying it to be a full-time off-roader is not the worst of ideas.

Gurugram-based Green Army Motorsport who undertook the project has transformed the car into a Jeep Wrangler and the video attached below details a few of the major changes that the car has undergone. Starting with the structure, which has been altered with in-house fabricated parts. It now gets a new bonnet lid and a grille that looks similar to that of the Gladiator. It gets it ARB off-road spec bumper with an integrated winch along with an aftermarket grille with angry birds cover. There is a multiple LED lightbar installed in the front.

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At the side, the wheel arches have grown in size to accommodate the 16-inch steel rims that is shod with a set of massive 38-inch tyres. The same purpose carries over on the inside as well. The talking point of the same being the massive Tesla-inspired touchscreen infotainment system. The car also gets a 360-degree view which is quite handy considering its size.

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