BAREBONES Maruti Eeco Modified Into a Lamborghini

by Jatin Chhibber | 03/06/2020
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Here’s a hand-made two-door car developed by a college student. The creator has tried converted Maruti Eeco into Lamborghini.

Owning a sports car or a supercar is the dream of every auto enthusiast around the world, but high import duties and constrained budgets restrict a person from making his dream come true. Many passionate people with limited budgets try to convert their everyday car into their dream vehicle. Earlier, we’ve seen a lot of examples like these and today we’ve one more inspiring story where a person converts Maruti Eeco into a sporty-looking two-door car. This video has been uploaded on a YouTube channel named SM Rocks and in the first half of the video, the vlogger talks to the creator of this car to get all the details.

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This 2-door sports car is made at home and built by hand. The car is based on a Maruti Eeco, but it’s not a front-engine car anymore. In the video, Kaushal, the creator of the car, tells that he started building this car when he was in 11th standard. The chassis of this car is custom-made and Kaushal started its road testing when he was in 12th standard.

He said that the design of this car is inspired by two supercars, namely Lamborghini Veneno and Bugatti Veyron. As per the creator, it took him years to complete this project. He also said that he has plans to make India’s cheapest sports car. The engine of the car, whichi is fitted at the rear, is covered with toughened glass hood. Till now, Kaushal has spent around 10-12 lakhs on this car.

BAREBONES Maruti Eeco Modified Into a Lamborghini

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He said that earlier he tried to use carbon fibre to make the body shell, but it did not turn out to be that good an idea. At the moment, the car uses a metal body and is named as RBS. Talking about its look, the customized two-door car gets projector headlamps, scissor doors, low profile tyres wrapped around aftermarket alloy wheels and so on. Kaushal said that he will continue to work on the car and will launch a better version of this in the near future.

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