Unconventional PUBG Love – Enthusiast Turns Tata Nexon Car Into PUBG-Playing Field


The Tata Nexon has just got itself converted to a PUBG-themed vehicle; this is not ordinary. Elements such as level 3 helmet and air drops are incorporated within as well.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:
The exteriors of the PUBG-car. Image credit - YouTube Vinay Kapoor

If you think that PUBG Mobile can only cause negative addiction, then you are bound to feel light upon checking out this latest development that has resulted in a player and seeming loyalist to bring out his creative side and convert his car into a PUBG- battleground.  

Now, this PUBG loyalist called Vinay Kapoor used a Tata Nexon SUV apparently owned by a PUBG fan reporteldy seeking to “pay tributes” to the battle-royale title. The first thing visible in the video is the PUBG logo (Conqueror badge) that is stuck on the bonet of the Tata Nexon.  

Then, at the rear, there is a map indicating the different positions that players can take. Once the right rear door of the car is opened, the Survive Till Dawn (zombies mode) sticker is visible; this is a potential indicator of the player being a fan of the recent PUBG game mode. In sync with the game, the car contains helmets, and replica of weapons such as the frying pan used to deflect bullets fired by enemies.  

The Chrome aspect at the front is also replaced by Gloss Black to sort of modify the look of the car. Also, the famous “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” also find mention on the car – giving at a total PUBG look; in tandem with that of very minor colour modifications to add the PUBG red theme.  

There are also interesting elements incorporated into the Tata Nexon such as the Gas Can in PUBG – fit into the air Freshener . Finally, the rear luggage area of the car also contains a modified grass-like carpet akin to grass in PUBG Mobile, and air-drop elements complete with level 3 helmet.  

Do check out the video here – courtesy Vinay Kapoor’s YouTube channel; what would you like to call this – PUBG addiction or unconditional love for the battle royale title 

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