Take a look at this modified Toyota Fortuner with a custom interior. The mod-job comes courtesy of Dilip Chhabria's DC2.
Toyota Fortuner is the best-selling mid-size SUV in India, beating rivals like Ford Endeavour and Mahindra Alturas G4. The Japanese carmaker offers a brilliant blend of style, space, and comfort in its flagship SUV. There are, however, a few who believe they can improve on the car’s comfort, pushing it into luxury territory. The list of such people includes the name of Dilip Chhabria.
The latest interior modification kit for the second-gen Toyota Fortuner comes from Dilip Chhabria's rebranded design firm - DC2
Dilip Chhabria’s custom car shop, DC2, is quite popular among the wealthy. Many Bollywood celebrities have also had their cars customised by DC2, including Hrithik Roshan and Madhuri Dixit-Nene. There are a few notable mod jobs on the brand’s resume, including Kia Carnival and even Tata Winger. The most impressive, however, is the interior kit for Toyota Fortuner. The picture below shows a Fortuner modified by DC2 with a custom interior.
The interior now features plenty of luxury touches
In the image above, you’ll notice several notable modifications, like two 10.1-inch android TV screens for the second-row passenger, laminated wooden trims and chrome inserts throughout the cabin, a folding tray, brown perforated leather seats, ceiling-mounted lights, and ambient lights. The car also features a centre console with integrated control panel, armrest, and cup holders. The second-row passengers also get ceiling-mounted AC vents for added convenience. The seats also offer foldable footrests, which are great for longer journeys.
As with almost every DC-modified car, a majority of the changes are rear-passenger-centric
The features described above are all a part of an interior modification package, which costs around Rs. 10.50 lakh. The complete installation process takes around 50 to 60 days, which although a lot, is understandable for such an extensive customisation job.
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No changes are done to either the exterior of the car or the mechanicals. The car will continue to feature the same 2.7-litre petrol or 2.8-litre diesel unit offered in the stock vehicle. The former engine is capable of generating 165 PS and 245 Nm, while the latter is good for 177 PS and 450 Nm. The petrol engine is only available with a 6-speed manual transmission and a rear-wheel-drive system. The diesel variants are offered a 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic options, as well as the choice of a rear-wheel- and all-wheel-drive system.