Check out this modified Maruti Ciaz that takes styling inspiration from none other than a Ford Mustang
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz is the best-selling car in its segment, beating Honda City and Hyundai Verna to gain this spot. However, the Ciaz is quite a boring car, with a rather plain design and uninspiring performance. Thankfully, there are plenty of custom garages that will add a little character to your car, no matter how dull. Previously, we’d brought you a sporty Ciaz built in Kerela. This time, we bring you an international example- a modified Suzuki Ciaz from Thailand.
Modified Suzuki Ciaz with Mustang-like headlights
As can be seen in the picture above, this modified Suzuki Ciaz has a redesigned front end. The highlight of the mod-job is the new headlamp design, which resembles that of a Ford Mustang. There are three vertical LEDs stacked in a horizontal fashion. These LEDs function as DRLs and also double-up as indicator lights. There are projector lights at the outside ends, and they feature angel-eye LEDs as well.
Apart from the headlights, this Suzuki Ciaz also sports a custom body kit
There are plenty of other design details to be noticed here. Instead of a traditional front grille, the car has a large but shallow hollow depression, with a vertically-split grille design inside the hollow. There is a ‘Sports’ sticker at the bottom of the ‘grille’. The front bumper is also new, as are the fog lamp housings. The latter is silvered-out and lodged within sharp outlining projections. The car also features a lip-spoiler, which adds spice to the sporty look.
The Thai-spec Suzuki Ciaz is powered by a 1.25-litre, naturally aspirated, inline-4, petrol engine. This motor is capable of generating a maximum power of 91 PS and 118 Nm of peak torque. It comes paired to a CVT automatic gearbox. In comparison, the India-spec Maruti Ciaz is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine, with 105 PS and 138 Nm on tap.