This Mahindra Scorpio converted into a Mercedes G-Wagon is quite impressive. We see G-Wagon replicas from Jimny a lot. But this is the first one of its kind in India. There are a few default vehicles which people use to convert their existing cars into the iconic G-Wagon. Among those, the Maruti Jimny and Mahindra Bolero are at the top. However, people have lately been able to do this with some other SUVs too. This is down to the advancement in the aftermarket car modification industry. Let us take a look at one such example.
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Mahindra Scorpio Converted to Mercedes G-Wagon
This video comes from jaipur jeep lovers. This channel constantly features content around such replicas of prominent luxury or performance cars. This time around, they have taken the last-gen Mahindra Scorpio and made a G-Wagon Limousine out of it. At the front, the resemblance is uncanny. There is a broad grille with a Tri-star logo, LED round headlamps, turn indicators on the extreme edges of the bonnet, a clamshell bonnet, a rugged bumper with LED DRLs, and more. From the front, it would be difficult to decipher which model it originally was.
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Moving down the sides reveals an incredibly rare experience. The length of the SUV has been stretched massively to make it into a Limousine. There are flaring wheel arches with broad cladding, stylish alloy wheels, additional windows, etc. At the rear, there is a boot lid-mounted spare wheel with a Tri-star arrow covering and LED taillamps on the bumper. On the inside, there is a lounge seating arrangement with attractive LED lighting across the cabin. It can accommodate a ton of people and there is a party atmosphere.
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What We Think
We appreciate the passion of those who wish to customize their vehicles to give them a unique look. However, it’s crucial to understand that most car modifications in India don’t comply with the law. Consequently, making such changes could lead to encounters with law enforcement. In light of this situation, we strongly advise our readers against extensive vehicle modifications. If you still wish to pursue specific customizations, it’s essential to consult with your local Regional Transport Office (RTO) first. If your modifications are legal, you can have them recorded in your vehicle’s registration certificate. This proactive step will help you avoid potential issues with authorities in the future.
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