Mahindra Bolero Invader is a long forgotten vehicle. The Invader was based on the Bolero and was a sporty version of it. It was a three-door version of the Bolero and came with a short wheelbase. The Bolero Invader also had a unique styling with its partial soft rooftop and side facing rear seats. Here is a Mahindra Bolero Invader that gets modified by the Sun Enterprises, who specialises in restoring and modifying old vehicles.
From the pictures of the Mahindra Bolero Invader will look like any modern day premium luxury SUV. It is a beautiful resto-mod with changes on the outside and the inside of the vehicle. Looking at the exteriors, the Mahindra Bolero Invader gets a new grille and aftermarket headlamps. There are LED DRL installed in the headlamps that give it a very aggressive look. The vehicle also gets an aftermarket steel bumper that adds an off-roader look to the vehicle. The rear fabric roof is now replaced with a steel canopy and it also gets a large window for the rear seat passengers. The canopy gets a hump to provide ample headroom to the occupants.
Other changes in the exterior include aftermarket tyres and alloy wheels. The tyres are much wider than the stock and flared wheel arches have been added to provide a cover to them. It also gets aftermarket ORVMs with integrated turn indicators and auxiliary LED lamps, which will be very useful during the night off-roading. At the rear, the modified Bolero gets aftermarket LED tail lamps that look very modern. The whole vehicle has been given a black paint job and the only chrome parts include the front grille and the alloys. The combination makes the modified Mahindra Bolero Invader very classy.
Apart from the exterior changes, the interiors of the vehicle have been modified completely too. It is a 4X4 version of the Invader, which is easily recognisable by the small gear lever used to engage the low-ratio transfer case. The vehicle gets completely transformed with aftermarket seats on the inside. The rear side-facing seats have been replaced with front-facing seats and all the four seats now get the leather wrap and extra cushion.
All four pilot seats look very comfortable. It also gets ambient lighting on the inside and art on the roof type with lights around its border. The dashboard has been revamped completely with new beige colour tone and it gets a touchscreen infotainment system too. There are also aftermarket speakers with a separate subwoofer system installed in the vehicle. All the door trims have been replaced with new leather trims giving a premium look and feel to the vehicle.
The exact time taken for this resto-mod is not known but it seems like a couple of month’s work. Also, the price of the modification is not known. There are no changes done to the vehicle mechanically. It remains powered by the 2.5-litre diesel engine that generates a maximum of 63 Bhp and 117 Nm of torque.