Big Boy Toyz is offering this smart looking DC Avanti Roadster for Rs 29 lakh. The two-door sports car gets foldable roof, aftermarket alloy wheels, two-tone cabin and much more.
DC Avanti is quite popular among all those who need to buy a sportscar but are limited by budget. The Avanti is the first made-in-India sportscar and the two-seater, two-door coupe has been designed by Dilip Chhabria. It offers a good amount of ground clearance to suit the Indian conditions and derives power from a potent turbocharged petrol mill. Here is a DC Avanti, which has been customized into a roadster and is currently for sale in India. The roof of the sports car can be easily folded down and this is the only known example of a drop-top Avanti. This car is being sold by Big Boy Toyz, a famous dealer of used luxury and exotic cars.
DC Avanti was the first Indian sports car
This DC Avanti looks extremely amazing in roadster form. A lot of changes have been made to the body of the car. It is painted in Royal Blue colour, which makes the sportscar look more eye-catching. Upfront, the car looks like the regular DC Avanti, but the rear fascia features red inserts that make the two-door car look sportier.
The cabin of the car is blakced out with some Royal Blue accents
Moreover, it looks like that the rear profile of the car is inspired by Lamborghinis. This DC Avanti also employs a new set of five-spoke alloy wheels, which enhance the overall road presence of the roadster. Inside, the cabin of this two-door car features a dual-tone treatment.
The rear profile of the sportscar mimics Lamborghinis
Big Boy Toyz says that this car has been registered last year, but they have not shared the actual kilometres this convertible has clocked till now. It derives power from a 2.0-litre four-pot unit that produces 250bhp of peak power and 340 Nm of twisting force. The engine comes paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Moreover, the sports car can achieve an electronically limited top speed of 200 kmph. BBT is asking Rs 29 lakh for this modified DC Avanti, which is not at all a bad deal. It is the most affordable convertible car in the Indian market.