2021 Mahindra Thar was uniquely modified by DC2 design and named HULK. The SUV features plenty of exteriors and interior changes.
- 2021 Mahindra Thar modified by DC2 Design into a HULK
- The changes feature on exterior and interior with aftermarket lights and dual tone cabin upholstery
- No mechanical changes have been recorded and continues to powered with stock powertrain
DC2 formerly known as Dilip Chhabra’s design is one of India’s most famous custom car modification workshops. The company in the past already customize many big brands vehicles like Toyota Fortuner, Kia Carnival, and so on. However, the interior design is very beautiful and premium but not so same for the exterior. The exterior designs are quite controversial. DC2’s has released their latest project which was done on Mahindra Thar with plenty of exteriors and interior changes and aftermarket mods. Although, the exterior looks very unique or weird or dull whatever you can say. The SUV features with new grille design, along with aftermarket three-pod headlamps with integrated LED DRLs.
At the side profile, it comprises of powered side steps which were inspired by the latest Maybach GLS 650. It is neatly integrated with the fender and looks quite good, although there is no use for that. The Customise SC2 thar HULK rides on steel wheels with massive off-roader tires which look decent but can do better or are offered with some alloys. Art from that at the front has an auxiliary light on top of the front windscreen, and this particular modification is done on Hardtop variants. The rear profile stock taillights are replaced with aftermarket LED taillights and on the stock, light position a rear air vent is given. There is also a Chrome bar on the front bumper, which looks good.
The Interior features with premium cabin and upholstery design as expected from DC2’s designers. The red and black dual-tone interior theme looks brilliant, along with ambient lights on the dashboard that further enhances its look. The SUV also comprises a massive panoramic sunroof that covers the whole roof. While under the hood no mechanical changes have been made and SUV will continue to power with the same stock engine. Mahindra offered thar in two engine options – 2.0 Litre petrol and 2.2-liter oil burner. Former develops 150 PS of maximum power and 320 Nm of peak torque, while latter generates 130 PS of power and 300 Nm of torque. The powertrain is coupled with two gearboxes – 6-speed MT and optional 6-speed Automatic transmission.