DC-Bolero-Inceptor-revealed

We have come across this modified Bolero by DC Design and it is christened as Inceptor and the exterior design takes inspiration from Mercedes Benz G Wagon

DC Design is known for its big level of customization portfolio and it is popular among celebrities also. We have come across this modified Bolero by DC Design and it is christened as Inceptor. The exterior design of the DC Bolero Inceptor takes inspiration from Mercedes Benz G Wagon, as regular Bolero is already known as common man’s G Wagon.

The front gets new grille along with round projector headlamps, a new bumper and it has reflectors integrated on the sides. DC Design has also given skid plates for SUV look along with some changes for hood and they have placed handles on either side of bonnet.

The side gets huge wheel arches but the tyre doesn’t fill it and mirrors are aftermarket with Hummer inspired design. The doors are carried over from regular model and they have given side foot steps. The rear also gets aftermarket tail lamps, along with new bumper to make it look muscular.

Like most of the DC customized models, the interior also gets major changes as the seat layout has been changed. The regular Bolero is a 7 seater SUV and Inceptor has four captain seats as this seating arrangement gives more comfort for passengers. The interior is finished in leather upholstery.

DC Design hasn’t revealed much details about interior but we can expect new music system with Bluetooth and other connectivity options. The ride height has been increased for Inceptor and suspension will be tuned for off-road driving. The Inceptor comes with aftermarket alloy wheels with all-terrain tyres.

The engine might remain stock and it is powered by 1.5 L three cylinder mHawk producing 70 bhp of power and 190 Nm of torque. This engine is mated to 5 speed manual gearbox. We can expect some changes to stock exhaust for sporty note. The total cost of modification is Rs. 17.5 lakh and we think it is overpriced for the changes.