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Auto Expo 2020: Force Gurkha BS6 Customised Unveiled



Auto Expo 2020: Force Gurkha BS6 Customised Unveiled

Force Motors took the wraps off the refreshed Gurkha at the Auto Expo 2020. The SUV now features various updates along with a BS6 heart.

It’s a true blue off-roader, going by the specs and looks of it and probably can even climb the Himalayas if you will! It’s fitted with double hydraulics coil spring independent suspension at all corners and those 17-inch wheels shod in humongous off-road tyres can take it across pretty much anything and everything.

The changes are to the front lights, grille, and bumper. The rear end also sees some updates in the form of a new bumper and a redesigned tail lamp.

Force showcased a 3-door version of the Gurkha at the expo but these changes are also expected to trickle down to the 5-door versions.

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The engine under the hood of this display model is 2.6-litre, BS6 compliant diesel motor that churns out 88 bhp and we still don’t know the torque figure.

It is mated to a five-speed manual transmission that channelizes power to live, rigid axles at both ends, powering all four wheels.

The cabin, on the other hand, gets some major changes. It now features a touchscreen infotainment system, an MID between tacho and speedo.

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It also looks like Force has improved upon the quality of the materials used. Some features are dual airbags, ABS, rear and parking sensors.

Force has also showcased a heavily customised version of the Gurkha dubbed Gurkha customized. This raised off-road centric version looks apocalypse ready with bits like a bull-bar, winch, off-road tyres, snorkel, and a rather interesting shade of green.

Via: zigwheels

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