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Mahindra Thar by DC Design front three quarters

DC Design teases the customized 2017 Mahindra Thar

DC Design modifies the Mahindra Thar once again. Taking production cars to concept-like looks is DC Design’s forte, and in the latest, it has done so with the Mahindra Thar. The sketches show its second attempt at modifying the Mahindra Thar. The

2020 Mahindra Thar Hard-Top concept front

2020 Mahindra Thar Hard-Top concept – IAB Rendering

Will be the first time a hard-top variant is introduced, if made.  Following the render of the 2020 Mahindra Thar soft-top, Shoeb R Kalania has added a hard-top to the concept. At the moment, the regular Thar is only available with a fixed soft-top

2020 Mahindra Thar Concept front quarter IAB Rendering

2020 Mahindra Thar Concept – IAB Rendering

Will be more contemporary and advanced than the current Mahindra Thar. Although Dr Goenka confirmed that a second generation Mahindra Thar is in the works, it is only expected to arrive in showrooms by 2020. A report from earlier this month stated that

Mahindra Thar Daybreak edition front three quarters at Autocar Performance Show 2017

Mahindra Thar Daybreak edition showcased at APS 2017

Customisation kit available for INR 9.6 lakh. Mahindra is showcasing the Mahindra Thar Daybreak edition at the Autocar Performance Show 2017. Introduced at Auto Expo 2016, the Daybreak edition Thar can be had by availing a customisation kit priced at

Should M&M build a Mahindra Thar pickup?

Would be pitched as a personal, lifestyle product. Although Mahindra hasn’t divulged anything about expanding the Thar lineup in the future, we couldn’t help but wonder what it would look as a double cab pickup. Of course, Mahindra sells the

Mahindra Thar 4-door variant side view (this is not a production model)

Mahindra Thar 4-door – Should M&M build it?

Not confirmed for production by Mahindra. After Motorscribes showed us their idea of the Mahindra Thar 4-door, IAB’s Shoeb Kalania tosses his hat into the ring fathoming the side view of the variant that Mahindra has never spoken of, and perhaps