This modified Tata Xenon pick-up truck is a BEAST

While we’ve seen many modified versions of the Isuzu V-Cross in the past few years, we’ve seldom come across tastefully modified Tata Xenons. This Xenon, however, was quick to catch our attention because of its decidedly macho appearance. This modified Tata Xenon carries a handful of updates that make it look a lot bolder and totally badass.

Up front, this modified Tata Xenon carries an off-road-ready metal bumper that comes with an integrated bullbar. It also carries a couple of reflectors, a light-bar and a couple of auxiliary lamps. Other than this, the original grille has been replaced with a wire-mesh one, which makes the front look a tad sportier. This modified Tata Xenon also gets a roof-mounted LED bar and a custom hood.

In the side profile, you’ll be quick to notice the huge tyres and flared wheel arches. The custom wheel arches carry the turn indicators, and their exposed screws give this Xenon a rugged look. You also get custom side steps. The custom wheels and the huge tyres play an important role in giving this Xenon a very bold stance. This modified Tata Xenon will easily tower over every other car and SUV on our roads.

A look at the rear reveals a tail-mounted spare wheel. The tail-lights have been smoked for a sporty treatment. The loading-bay has been covered. While full details of the interior aren’t available at the moment, a glimpse of the interior shows tan-coloured upholstery and panels. We are mighty pleased with the way this modified Tata Xenon looks. It goes on to show how a handful of carefully-selected custom parts can make the already handsome lifestyle pickup truck look like a totally badass beast.

It’s not known if this modified Tata Xenon carries any performance modifications. The stock Tata Xenon is powered by a 2.2-litre VTT DICOR turbocharged diesel engine that outputs a maximum power of 138 bhp along with a peak torque of 320 Nm. It was based on the Tata Safari platform. While the Xenon is an attractive lifestyle vehicle, it didn’t find many takers. It was finally officially discontinued by Tata Motors in 2017.

Source – Shariqh Abdul on Facebook