SUVs and Jeeps are all about having the big ground clearance to overcome the big challenges that they face on the adventure trips. But there are many who do not take their vehicles off the tarmac. Such vehicles can afford to go lower and remain closer to the ground. Lowering a Jeep may seem like a bad idea but it looks aggressive and different! Here are ten such low rider Jeeps from India.
Dabwali is a type of modification that is popular in the Punjab region. Here is an example of the same. the lowered Jeep gets an aftermarket windshield that can be collapsed, a new metallic bumper and wider tyres that give it a hotrod look.
This one is another modification job from Punjab but it has been registered in Maharashtra state. It is a minimalistic looking modification that gets lowered suspension from a Mahindra Bolero. It gets aftermarket alloy wheels with dual purpose tyres from Maxxis.
This low-rider from Punjab gets an eye-catchy bright yellow paint scheme. The two-seater modified Jeep also gets aftermarket tyres that are much wider than the body. The metallic tow hooks mounted on the metallic aftermarket bumper are also painted in bright yellow colour, just like the body.
The hotrod transformations are extremely popular in the American car circuit. Such modifications get very wide tyres and the body of the vehicle stays close to the ground. This is an ex-Army vehicle, which has been modified beautifully and has been converted into a two-seater. It also gets the steering wheel on the left-hand side.
This is an extreme low-rider that gets super wide tyres and looks very cool. It can be compared to the Thar in the back to see how low it rides to the ground. it gets LED headlamps and minimalistic body modifications.
This Mahindra Thar has been given a chop job to remove the windshield and the cabin. It gets the tractor treatment with superwide tyres inspired by the tractors and a vertical exhaust mounted on the engine. It also gets extra lamps at the front.
Willy’s is known for its extreme ruggedness and capabilities. Here is a Willy’s which has become a true vintage car and can be seen here in its modified avatar. The car gets new, much larger tyres. The suspension system has been modified too and the final product is much closer to the ground when compared to the stock version.
Having a collapsible windshield helps quite a lot in an open Jeep. This bright yellow coloured get a collapsible windshield that gives the true feeling of an open Jeep. It also gets super wide Maxxis tyres that add to the sophisticated look of the vehicle.
This has to be one of the best-looking low-rider Jeep in the country. The all-black shade of the body with only two projector lamps shining at the front makes it look gothic. The Ghost Jeep can seat only two and has no doors too.
This Jeep gets minimalistic looks with bare minimum things on it. The wide tyred open Jeep gets aftermarket front bumper on which the registration number is painted. It also gets wide tyres with steel rims and LED headlamps.