After Mahindra TUV 300 launch, people criticized TUV 300 for its Boxy Design, but then Mahindra gathered many footprints in their showroom for TUV 300. Some people are mature enough; instead of criticizing it more, they are making efforts on Digital Canvas to make the New TUV 300 more appealing to their eyes.
Previously we reported about TUVReMapped which has been redesign by Team-BHP member iamahunter. Today let’s meet Digital artist Meet Singh. Meet has worked hard & significantly lowered the ride height of Mahindra’s latest compact SUV in Photoshop.
The TUV’s square wheel arches have been digitally replaced by oval ones, which now host large, multi-spoke chrome wheels wrapped around low-profile tires. The front grille does away with the Jeep inspired slats and now comprises of three distinct segments, while the TUV’s headlamp clusters never looked better, with neatly grafted LED strips and projector illumination.
Final touches include blacked out C- and D-pillars, chrome trimming below the doors, tinted windows, de-badged flanks and a gloss black paint-job. The new Spoke wheels look to be highly inspired by Land Rover and same goes for Whole car but it’s more dashing then the original one.
The Mahindra TUV300 is a 7-seater compact SUV powered by a 1.5-litre mHawk80 diesel engine, good for 84bhp and 230Nm of torque. Fuel efficiency is rated at 18.49 kmpl (ARAI), while prices start from INR 6.9 lakh. Mahindra seriously should take some cue from Meet Sing TUV when they are working on TUV 300 Facelift.
Source – Motoroids.com