Anand Mahindra, the bossman of Mahindra & Mahindra does not need any introduction. He is one of the most successful industrialists from India and keeps himself highly active on social media platforms. Being a successful businessman, Anand Mahindra does not use any high-end vehicles to move around. Instead, he prefers vehicles manufactured by his own brand. Here are a few cars that Anand Mahindra owns and uses regularly.
Mahindra Bolero Invader
The Mahindra Bolero Invader is derived from the Mahindra Bolero platform but it has a shorter wheelbase. The Invader was aimed at the lifestyle car owners and with three doors, it was a sportier version of the Bolero itself. Anand Mahindra got one for himself during his younger days.
The car also came with a partial soft roof and the side-facing rear seats that were trending in those days. The Bolero Invader came powered by a 2.5-litre diesel engine with a maximum power of around 63 Bhp. Bolero Invader has become a rare car to spot nowadays.
Anand Mahindra got himself a customised TUV300 in 2015. It was for his personal use and the vehicle was customised with the official Armour Kit. With the addition of the Armour Kit, the already tough-looking TUV300 received additional accessories like wider wheel arches, hull on the bonnet, roof-mounted auxiliary lamps, new plastic cladding all around and side steps in black colour. Mahindra got the vehicle in a brilliant battle green shade that sure makes it look like a tank.
Mahindra TUV300 Plus
Anand Mahindra also got the brand-new TUV300 Plus when the car got launched in the Indian market. After taking suggestions from his Twitter followers, Anand Mahindra named the car “Grey Ghost”. Again this was a customised unit made for Anand Mahindra and it received a special steel-grey shade. Because of the customisations, Anand Mahindra even complained that the folks at Mahindra are keeping him waiting.
The good old Scorpio has been around for years and enthusiasts and the off-roading community simply loves this product. Anand Mahindra owns a Scorpio for the longest time. He has the 4X4 version of the vehicle finished in the black shade. Anand Mahindra has been spotted driving the Scorpio too but in recent times, no vehicle has not been spotted. Mahindra is now working on a replacement model of the Scorpio, which is likely to be launched by the end of this year or at the starting of next year.
Mahindra Alturas G4
Anand Mahindra bought the flagship Alturas G4 some time ago. He asked for suggestions to name the new car in his garage. After thousands of replies, Anand Mahindra chose the name – Baaz for his Alturas G4. He also gifted a diecast model of the Alturas G4 to the person who suggested the name.