This Maruti Alto 800 went to the hairdresser, and asked for an all-new makeover. Let's say the orders were followed, though the results may vary. Check the link below to see the full transformation.
If you want an entry-level car in the country, there are far worse options than the venerable Maruti Suzuki Alto 800. It is on the top-selling car lists month after month and even after so long, it is still a popular and practical choice for first-time buyers. The Alto 800 is a very no-frills car, so when terms like customization and modifications are associated with it, you tend to pay attention. The Alto 800 featured here today is one such example, sporting mean looks and an unforgiving stance it could never think of.
The modifications are done by Inshallah Motors, and boy does it look angry. As shown in the video below, modifying the stock MarutiAlto 800 to the current form took 5 days. Its painted in a gloss black shade, and gets new semi-smoked headlamps with red LED DRLs. The radiator grille has been replaced by a honeycomb unit while the Suzuki logo has been painted dark blue. Additionally, the grille gets offset BMW M spec red and blue racing stripes and an LED light bar has been fitted to the lower bumper as well.
You get some fetching deep dish alloys with red highlights on the rim. There’s no radical modifications to the side profile except for a smattering of stickers on either side. The roof gets a multi-shade reflector chrome wrap though, which should make it stand out even more. The rear gets a new set of aftermarket LED units replacing the boring stock ones. A custom diffuser, for some reason, on a car which doesn’t go fast enough to produce any effective downforce, has been added along with faux exhaust tips.
Over to the interior of this Maruti Alto 800, it gets a more than generous dose of red highlights and a new aftermarket steering wheel is added. In true modder fashion, the dashboard sprouts several meters on the passenger side which displays temperature and engine revs, while a totally random gold Cadillac logo has been fitted as well. A Pioneer touchscreen infotainment unit completes the ensemble. Do note that this Alto 800 has no performance modifications, so do not be alarmed if this manages to be slower than the stock version.