This modified Isuzu D-Max V-Cross is pure MENACE

The Isuzu V-Cross has become the new favourite of many enthusiasts around India. The customisation friendly V-Cross has already gone through various kinds of modifications. This particular modified V-Cross has received modifications accessories from the Overland, Thailand as well as other accessories and it looks like a real menace!

What are the mods?

The most prominent change in the vehicle is the 6-inch lift kit that makes it a monster. The shock absorbers have been changed too. The rims are off-road spec, and the tyres are upgraded to mud-terrain types from Big Horn. The front bumpers have been changed to monster truck styled bumpers that aggravate the looks even further.

The V-Cross also gets body cladding to give it a rugged look. There is a snorkel too making the SUV much more capable for extreme adventures. The V-Cross also gets roof marker lamps, door and bonnet visors and new graphics. The rear flatbed has been converted into a sports box, creating more space there.

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The accessories from Overland give the vehicle a real finish. The accessories include front and rear bumpers, pipe side steps, skid plate with the big branding of Overland at the front, roll bars and rack trays. The engine can be retuned for more power too.

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With all the modifications in place, the Isuzu V-Cross looks dominating. In this picture with the Thar, the D-Max V-Cross looks like a monster ready to gulp down the Thar. With such looks, the V-Cross will intimidate every other vehicle on the road.

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The V-Cross

 

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The Isuzu D-Max V-Cross has caught up in the market very well. The V-Cross looks good even in its stock form, and it gives a far better ride quality than the vehicles like Mahindra Thar. The car is powered by 2.5-litre diesel engine that produces a maximum of 134 BHP and 320 Nm of maximum torque. The power goes to all the wheels through a 5-speed gearbox and a 4X4 transfer case.

Pictures and Modification by Azad 4X4