Mahindra Bolero Attitude is the most modern example when seen in terms of styling and use of custom panels. The bright orange paint job, along with the metallic finish of the new headlight casing and bumper parts look futuristic on the basic profile of a Bolero. The roof comes with four high-output lights while the number plate on the front has moved to a slightly lower location on the winch section. The headlight seen here has three independent lights in three different circular casing and all of them studded within an odd-shaped headlight. The lower section holds two additional fog lights.
The rear of Bolero Attitude comes with two fuel cans in place of the spare wheel, which in fact is mounted inside the car. The fixed roof and five-door layout of the Bolero have been replaced with a two-door layout and pick-up style rear deck with space for the remaining stuff and huge glass within the black division wall. The four exhaust exits look really cool while the rear bumper is completely finished in the silver shade. The door opens sideways and thus, the wheel will not move along when using the deck section. The side profile clears that the extra-wide tires are wrapped around the 5-spoke chrome wheels.
The snorkel on the right side further improves the off-road potential of the Bolero Attitude. The interior features black steering wheel and orange inserts on the dashboard. The speaker outlines and gear knob also features the familiar orange colour on them. The leather-wrapped steering wheel is further complemented by black leather seats and Attitude branding. The two independent armrests are quite practical for everyday use. Mahindra Bolero is available with two different engine options and getting any of them depends upon your driving needs. You can contact ‘Mahindra Customisation Studio’ to know the cost of these modifications.
Bolero Attitude Photos