Anand Mahindra is one of the most notable businessmen in India. Even though he does not spend most of his time in India, he owns several cars made by his company. Over the years, he has amassed many new Mahindra cars and he loves to give each car a unique name after taking suggestions from his followers on social media platforms. Here is a list of cars and SUVs that Anand Mahindra owns.
Mahindra Bolero Invader
Mahindra Bolero Invader is one of the oldest cars from the brand that he still has in his garage. He got it during his younger days when the SUV was slowly becoming a cult in India. The vehicle was based on Mahindra Bolero but looked way different. It had a partially soft roof and side-facing rear seats. The vehicle was targeted at adventurers and was also offered factory fitted front bullbar. The Invader was launched in various customised versions and was quite popular among enthusiasts and celebrities. It was powered by a 2.5-litre engine that generated a maximum power of 63 Bhp and 117 nm of peak torque.
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Mahindra TUV 300
Anand Mahindra got a TUV 300 for himself when it launched in a battle green shade. He got a customised battle green shade for his TUV 300 that added a rugged feel to the vehicle. The SUV looks quite fantastic with all the additions. The TUV 300 is not available anymore. The car was re-launched as Bolero Neo.
Mahindra TUV 300 Plus
Later, he also bought the longer version of the TUV, named as the TUV 300 Plus. This vehicle is named Grey Ghost by Twitteratti. The car gets a special steel grey colour finish and looks quite interesting. Anand Mahindra said that the folks at Mahindra made him wait quite a while for this vehicle.
Anand Mahindra got the Scorpio before it got the Classic suffix. The good old first-generation Scorpio in his garage is the fully-loaded 4X4 variant. Mahindra Scorpio is one car that has become a cult brand in India. Due to its popularity, the Scorpio is still available in the market as Scorpio Classic.
Mahindra Alturas G4
Mahindra has finally discontinued the Alturas G4 in the Indian market following several months of low sales. Even the Alturas gets a nickname, After taking suggestions from Twitter, Anand Mahindra named it Baaz. The Mahindra Alturas G4 is a rebadged SsangYong Rexton SUV. However, the high price tag and several reliability issues did not let the car sell in high numbers.
The new Scorpio-N has become one of the best-selling cars in the Indian market. The brand launched the new Scorpio-N in the market last year and the waiting period climbed to several months. Anand Mahindra got himself a red-coloured Scorpio-N. This vehicle gets the nickname Bheem as suggested by social media users.
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