Mahindra Bolero has been a prominent product in our market since time immemorial and this modification has made it into a perfect travelling companion.
In this short video clip, a Mahindra Bolero is shown converted into a 1 room kitchen flat. Yes, you read that right! These days, there is an increasing number of people modifying their cars to suit their lifestyles. A lot of people like to do road trips in their cars. For that reason, there are adequate modifications available in the aftermarket of which this is a great example. Let us check out this unique Bolero which has a studio apartment inside!
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Mahindra Bolero with Studio Apartment-like Interior Setup
The video clip has been shared as YouTube Shorts by MIHIR GALAT. He gives us a tour of this uniquely modified Bolero. There are more than 50 exterior lights and multiple pressure horns installed on it. These are borrowed from various trucks of our country that we hear every day on the highways. Now, it must be mentioned here that pressure horns are not legal in most parts of the country. Hence, you must make sure that you are aware of the rules and regulations to avoid heavy fines and challans.
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But the most captivating and impressive part of this Bolero is the studio apartment like interior layout. There are a ton of cabin lights, a fridge, a music system, a sofa-cum-bed, curtains a kitchen cabinet with drawers and storage space, a portable gas, folding tables, etc. All these are instrumental in ensuring that this SUV can be taken on a road trip to any part of the country without worrying about anything. Essentially, it is a 1-room flat with a kitchen. Hence, this beast Bolero could become your ideal partner on long-distance journeys.
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Modification Cost Not Available
The details of how much this studio apartment like arrangement costs are not available. But it can be argued that this doesn’t look too expensive to install this setup. But the way everything has been accommodated in the cabin is what impresses the most. Also, make sure that you consult the local RTO before performing any such modification to your Mahindra Bolero or any vehicle. Most car modifications are illegal in India. What are your thoughts regarding this unique setup?
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