Mahindra showcased the Imperio loaded with accessories which includes wheel arch cladding, new body colour, racing stripes at the 2016 Auto Expo.
Mahindra replaced the Genio pick-up based on the Xylo with the new Imperio last month month and the new pick-up looks better and is claimed to deliver a more premium experience. The automaker showcased a modified version loaded with a number of aftermarket accessories at the 2016 Auto Expo. The modified pick-up gets a new body colour along with a host of other gears that make the already premium model look more premium and suitable for personal use.
The modified Mahindra Imperio gets black-coloured wheel arch cladding along with a front bumper guard which gives the pick-up a rugged look. A black racing stripe runs from the hood towards the rear while the cargo bar in the carrier is mounted with off-road lights. The modified truck rides on new black alloy wheels which appear to be of the same size as the stock ones and the doors now have foot rails for added comfort.
– Comes with additional accessories for the exteriors
– Gets a new body colour
– Gets off-road lights on the roof