Mahindra Bolero Terminator is definitely the dream car of millions of Indian SUV lovers. The Terminator edition has been custom-made by Green Army Motorsports, based in Gurugram (India). The Jeep-inspired SUV has massive footprints, all thanks to the Maxxis Bighorn off-road tyres on the off-road, all-black rims.
Starting with the front, Terminator leaves all the Bolero expressions behind for the massive Jeep grille with round headlights and Wrangler-style bonnet. The front bumper is minimalistic, featuring an integrated bull bar and a winch. The connected skid plate offers high levels of protection while improved suspension and tyres bring class-leading ground clearance for the buyers.
The massive tyres brought extended fenders for the Terminator, mounted using multiple bolts while being equipped with integrated indicator lights. The same is seen on the rear wheel arch, increasing the overall road presence by a large margin. The side frame is divided into three glass sections and every element is edgy for the dedicated off-road profile.
The roof stays straight and the front glass is inclined at a decent angle. The interior of the Bolero Terminator stays all black with chrome highlights, adding important features like powered driver seat, black leather covers, and a black leather-wrapped steering wheel. Apart from the cost of getting a new Bolero, Terminator will take another INR 8.50-10 lakh of cost, depending on the features that you need.
According to the recent reports, the all-new Mahindra Thar will also be available with Jeep wrangler inspired removable hardtop in addition to the standard soft-top version. These new safety measures for the first time will allow the vehicle to be pedestrian-friendly as well as cater to the hard weather conditions. It is expected that Mahindra will launch the 2020 model of Thar in India at the Auto Expo in February next year. The brand recently also launched the limited edition Thar 700 in the Indian market for INR 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom).
Disclaimer: As per a recent ruling by the Supreme Court, modifying a vehicle in India is illegal. If you do modify your car/bike, it needs to get certified by the RTO (Regional Transport Office).
Mahindra Bolero Terminator Photos
Terminator Photos Source: Instagram