The next-gen Mahindra Thar is topping the sales charts since its launch back in 2020 and now the company is also revamping its production to meet the ever-increasing demand. Although it’s a new SUV, still a lot of accessories and body kits are already available in the market and a lot of buyers are getting their Thar modified right after taking the delivery.
In yet another modification, Bimbra 4x4, based in Gurugram (Haryana) has modified the new Thar for one of its clients and it has been built for hard-core adventure lovers. Here are the live photos of the custom-made Mahindra Thar Adventure Edition:
Coming to the major changes, the Thar Adventure Edition by Bimbra 4x4 has been equipped with an all-new off-road front bumper, along with two hooks and integrated fog lights. In addition to that, the modifiers have also installed two auxiliary lamps on the front bumper.
With an added snorkel to the new modified Thar, it gives the vehicle an interesting look, while the headlamps are aftermarket LED units. The roof of this typical Thar gets a massive roof rack, with multiple integrated carriers and an added space for other items. Towards the rear, the SUV gets a ladder on each side with panniers for jerry cans. The rear bumper is customized as well with a tow hitch in the middle.
The model is based on a petrol-automatic variant with a hardtop roof, and no changes have been made to the engine. This particular model is also equipped with the ‘Dark Lord’ accessory package which is an official accessories kit offered by Mahindra.
Mechanically, the new model of Thar is available with two engine options. The first one is a 2.0-litre 'mStallion' petrol motor, with a peak power of 150 PS and an utmost torque of 320 Nm (300 on MT). The second one is a 2.0-litre ‘mHawk’ diesel mill, which gives the max output of 130 PS and 300 Nm. The SUV is available with 2 transmission options: a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic.
Images Source: Bimbra 4x4