Indian people are not short of talent as demonstrated by this latest video.
In an impressive feat, a Mahindra Bolero pickup owner explains why he has 2 engines on his vehicle. The Bolero pickup is one of the most popular and successful trucks in the country ever since its inception. People, particularly in the semi-urban and rural regions of the country, buy it for various applications. This includes things like transporting large amounts of luggage, a lot of people, or other commercial activities. Its rugged build and reliable powertrain are the most critical reasons why people opt for it in addition to being affordable. It comes in 2WD and 4WD configurations. It ensures that the pickup is capable of conquering any terrain.
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Mahindra Bolero Pickup with 2 Engines
This video has been shared by Arun Panwar on YouTube. He is interacting with the owner of this unique Bolero. They find themselves in a village in Rajasthan. There, a trend of a moving DJ is rather common. This Bolero pickup is a DJ house that can easily be transported from one place to another. In addition to the regular engine, another engine of an Eicher truck has been installed at the front to take care of the load due to the electronics. The arrangement includes things like multiple high-power speakers and its related components, a fully functional AC, multiple lighting and other electronic gadgets.
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The YouTuber is evidently flabbergasted at the packaging in this Bolero. A full-sized bed has been installed at the rear of the pickup in addition to things like wallpapers, tube lights, laptops, air-conditioning, fans, light switches, a place to store electronic gadgets to control the music system and more. The sheer number of lighting installed at various places gives us the vibes of a true DJ floor. In fact, there are various retractable components like the side body panel which contains lights.
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What We Think
We see that the DJ owner has extended the chassis of the Bolero to accommodate this arrangement. While that may look safe, the sheer height of this configuration could pose a lot of problems to the driver as well as to the other drivers on the road. In the glimpses of the way it drives on the road, the body roll that this thing entails is quite perilous. If the driver is not careful, the vehicle could easily topple over creating an issue not just for the driver but also for the other people around. We wouldn’t recommend anyone tweak the original settings of any vehicle like this.
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