The headlamps remain same and there is no major change at the back. However, the soft top is new and the canopy is slightly more tilted than that of  current version.

The dashboard gets a dual shade, round and silver finished HVAC vents and a new instrument cluster. The silver embellishments on the instrument cluster give it a premium feel. The steering wheel is new, borrowed from the Bolero, and it gets a revised handbrake lever and two cup holders near the gearbox.

There are no mechanical changes to the updated off-roader and engine specifications are expected to continue.

The existing Thar is available with two engine options - a 2.5-litre DI and 2.5-litre CRDe engine. The former mill churns out 63bhp of power and 182.5Nm of torque, and the latter outputs 105bhp of power and 247Nm of torque. Both the engines are mated to a five-speed manual gearbox and available in 4x2 and 4x4 versions.