DC Design is known as one of the most premier design houses in India. Since DC has been present in India for a long time, they have designed some of the wackiest looking vehicles out there. Based on various vehicles, DC Design’s design language is not something that pleases the masses. Well, even though DC Design modified vehicles are rare on the Indian roads, there are still a few handfuls of them. Here is one Mahindra Thar from DC Design for sale.
DC Design launched this Thar-based model years ago and named it “Urban Convertible Off-Roader”. The vehicle is for sale in the used car market and the asking price is a whopping Rs 10 lakh. This is based on the 2013 model of the Thar and the vehicle is based in Pune, Maharashtra.
While the seller mentioned that the vehicle was previously owned by a celebrity. However, the seller has not mentioned the name of the celebrity who owned the vehicle previously. Other details mentioned in the post include the odometer reading, which currently stands at 5,000 km. For more details and information, you can contact the seller directly by clicking here.
Urban Convertible Off-roader
DC Design released a few examples of the vehicle in the market in bright red and yellow shades. The modification job includes the removal of the metal body part and has replaced it with fibreglass to give it an all-new shape. Starting with the round headlamp housing, DC design added a square-shaped grille, reshaped wheel arches that are massive in size, air dams on the bonnet, fog lamps integrated into the bumper and a raked front windshield.
The side gets an interesting design as well. There are side steps for easier entry and exit from the vehicle. There are build looking chrome joints near the doors and the side profile is completely remodelled with chunky looking high profile tyres and pronounced wheel arches.
It is the rear of the car that grabs most of your attention. The vehicle gets a unique design element in the rear with large bars and the shape of the handles going through the rear-most section of the vehicle. The rear seats are open with thick blocks around them. The spare tyre is mounted to the tailgate.
There are changes on the inside as well. It looks nothing like the first-generation Thar. You get a new three-spoke steering wheel and a round-shaped centre console with AC vents and controls. The instrument cluster is also new and is shaped like a butterfly. Other than that, there is a grab handle on the dashboard for the co-driver. The whole cabin gets an all-black upholstery.