Mahindra, India’s only manufacturer of factory custom vehicles, has specially designed a Mahindra Wanderlust for the royal family of Udaipur. This is the first ever Wanderlust that has been made for a customer worldwide.
The customised vehicle has been delivered to Udaipur Prince Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar. The vehicle has a plaque on its dashboard that confirms that it is the first Wanderlust to be customised for a customer globally.
The vehicle has flared wheel arches and new LED headlamps that come with circular DRLs that also double up as turn indicators. The customised Wanderlust has 33-inch big block tyres that are wrapped on steel rims. The vehicle also has four auxiliary lamps placed on the roof.
Front off-road spec bumpers along with high lift jack on the bonnet make it a treat to the eye on the road.
On the inside, the vehicle has a touch-screen infotainment system. It also has bucket seats and front facing rear seats.
The vehicle has been painted in a subtle colour and has camouflage work on the bonnet. The Wanderlust edition has a hard rooftop unlike the regular Thar. The gull-wing styled doors open wide enough to give access to rear seats.