DC Hammer Thar is back: Custom job priced at Rs. 5.95 lakh

  • Wednesday 19th August 2020

DC Design is a very popular name in car customisation circle and we have seen several modified examples from DC in the past. While they excel at customising interiors they have also tried their hands in redesigning or modifying the exterior. One of the main thing modification that DC does is converting the second row of the cabin into a lounge with number of features. DC has also modified Mahindra Thar and in their second innings, DC (now known as DC2) has brought back the custom built Mahindra Thar which is known by the name DC Hammer.

DC Hammer is a unique looking Mahindra Thar that gets a number of modifications both on the outside and inside. As mentioned above, DC Hammer is a custom built SUV and the price of customising a Thar starts Rs 5.95 lakh, excluding the taxes. Starting with the modifications on the outside, the Thar now looks a bit more civilised or like an everyday car and not a hardcore off-roader. Contact DC2 for more details. 

It gets projector type headlamps, redesigned front grille with DC badge, repositioned fog lamps, clear lens LED turn indicators and DRLs on the fender and a custom made front bumper. DC Hammer is based on the last generation Thar and it did not come with a hard top. DC has added a hardtop along with some chrome bits on the hood, door handles and hinges to give it a premium look. Flared wheel arches give it a wider looks and the negative offset alloys with chrome plating also look good. DC Hammer is a hardtop SUV and the rear passengers get a proper glass window. The rear looks pretty muscular and a spare wheel is mounted on the door and the stock tail lights are replaced with LED units.

Just like outside, DC has done changes on the inside too. DC completely revamped the interior and it looks nothing like the one that is seen in regular Thar. It now looks plush with tan leather interiors. The rear seats are also front facing and they all get leather seats with diamond stitching pattern on them. The steering wheel also gets brown inserts in the centre and the centre console gets a touchscreen infotainment screen with wooden panel inserts around it.

The AC vents gets chrome rings that add to the premium look and the roof is also redone with ambient lighting set up on it. This is based on the last gen Thar and Mahindra has already unveiled the all-new Thar for Indian market. Once the new Thar goes on sale officially we can expect another unique looking DC Hammer based on the new Thar in the market.