Highly-customized Honda Amaze Looks Like Absolute Beast in Rendering

by Jatin Chhibber | 08/03/2021
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Here’s a recent rendering of Honda Amaze, which shows it in a race-ready avatar. It looks all set to be a part of the NFS series of games.

Honda Amaze is one of the top-selling sub-4-meter sedans offered in our market. In its segment, it competes against the likes of Hyundai Aura and Maruti Dzire. It is popular among buyers for its proportionate design, spacious cabin and reliable powertrain. The Honda sedan is also quite popular among the modifiers as they customize it as per their preference to make it look more aggressive. Here’s a recent digital rendering of the Honda sedan, wherein it employs a lot of aftermarket customizations on the outside.


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This rendering has been made by an artist named Kenei Luho Deigns. Talking about the modifications, the front fascia of the car gets a new set of LED headlamps, which look more aggressive. The regular grille has been replaced by a darker de-chromed unit. It also features a redesigned bumper, which gets yellow coloured fog lamps and a lower lip spoiler. On the side, one can see sporty-looking, multi-spoke alloy wheels, which are shod with soft compound rubber. The side profile of the car also gets splitters, which make the Honda sedan more aerodynamic to go faster. Moreover, the rendering artist has also lowered this Honda Amaze to give it a sportier stance. Other than this, no customizations have been done on the car. This digital rendering looks quite amazing and can be considered as a project to be performed on a real-life example.



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We really appreciate the skills of the rendering artist as he has converted a regular sedan into an absolute beast. Talking about Honda Amaze, it gets powered by the same 1.2-litre, four-cylinder NA petrol mill and 1.5-litre four-pot diesel mill, which are seen on other Honda cars like the Jazz and WR-V as well. The former puts out 90 Bhp of max power and 110 Nm of peak torque, while the latter develops power and torque outputs of 100 Bhp and 200 Nm, respectively. Both the engines come mated to a 5-speed MT or a CVT. The diesel engine when paired to the CVT gearbox, however, produces 80 Bhp of peak power and 160 Nm of twisting force.

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