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India’s Only Mahindra Thar with Triple Sunroof Setup

A Mahindra Thar owner had a triple sunroof setup installed on his SUV in this one-of-a-kind modification. The nation’s most well-known lifestyle off-roader is found there. Despite Mahindra increasing production, the wait time is still long despite the release of its most recent version last year. This demonstrates the high level of demand for SUVs. In the off-roading community, Thar is the preferred option. Let’s see how this distinctively customized Thar appears in person.

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A Mahindra Thar with up to three sunroofs is shown in the video up top. As a result, the glass area has been divided into three separate sections. While the two glass areas at the back are made from two sunroofs that were installed at a right angle to the unit at the front, the front section resembles a typical sunroof. The lighting inside the cabin has unquestionably greatly improved as a result. Natural light from the outside could greatly aid in giving the cabin a sense of space despite having all-black interiors. The spacious rear glass area makes the interior of the cabin feel even more airy.

There don’t seem to be any additional modifications to this SUV. Nevertheless, this one modification significantly alters the interior’s appearance. However, you should be aware that glass roofs add significantly to the weight of any vehicle and are very heavy. This might have a direct impact on a car’s mileage. Therefore, if you’re looking for something similar, be sure to be aware of all the potential effects.

Two engine choices are available for the Mahindra Thar: a 2.2-liter turbo-diesel and a 2-liter turbo-petrol. In the most recent model, the gasoline engine’s maximum output is 150 PS/320 Nm, while the oil-maximum burner’s output is 130 PS/320 Nm. Both of the powertrains have a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic with a low-range box as available transmissions. A transfer case and a mechanically locking centre differential are also included. Prices start at Rs 13.53 lakh and go as high as Rs 16.03 lakh, ex-showroom. Multiple instances of the Thar’s 5-door variant being spotted in testing suggest that the vehicle will soon be released.

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