This Extremely Modified Maruti Gypsy Looks Funky

by Jatin Chhibber | 03/05/2020
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Here's an extremely customized Maruti Gypsy, which has been completely changed from outside and inside. The overall cost of this modification is between Rs 3-4 lakh.

Maruti Gypsy used to be one of the most affordable off-roaders in the country and is still popular among used car buyers. The automaker discontinued the iconic SUV last year but it continues to enjoy a great popularity among the enthusiasts who love to modify their Gypsy into a rally car or a good-looking open-roof SUV. Here we have one such example of a highly modified Maruti Gypsy. As can be seen in the multimedia we have here, the modifier has completely changed the design of the car, and it looks very funky and stylish. 


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This video has been uploaded by a YouTube channel named MAGNETO 11. The customized Maruti Gypsy is located in Madhya Pradesh. This walkaround video shows the SUV from every angle and even from inside. The modifier says that the overall modification cost is between Rs 3-4 lakhs, and the same job can be done to other vehicles like Mahindra Thar and even Suzuki Swift.

Needless to say, the mods done on this Maruti Gypsy are extreme, Upfront, it gets a custom hood along with custom bumpers. Illumination duties are done by new round LED headlamps with LED DRLs, fog lamps bordered with LED DRL strips and emergency flasher fitted inside the grille. This customized SUV is an open-top car. It gets aftermarket alloy wheels wrapped in off-road spec tyres. The doors of the car have been chopped and redesigned to look more attractive. 


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The rear profile of the car gets round LED taillights, LED reverse lights and aftermarket panels. Inside, the cabin of the car is loaded with a lot of features like ambient lighting, new cubby holes and bottle holders. Moreover, the SUV also gets rear under-seat storage and a touchscreen infotainment system. The video host has not provided any information regarding the mechanical specs of the car. The regular Maruti Gypsy was powered by a 1.3-litre MPFi petrol mill that came mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The India-spec SUV was based on the second-gen Suzuki Jimny and the nameplate could see a reincarnation with the launch of the fourth-gen model in India by next year.

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