Here’s the modified Toyota Innova Crysta of Madhuri Dixit, which has been customized by DC2. The MPV now looks plusher and more upmarket
Madhuri Dixit is one of the most popular veteran Bollywood actresses. She is known for her outstanding acting and simplicity. She looks extremely beautiful, and she has some beautiful and luxurious cars in her garage that gel up well with her elegant personality. She owns an extremely luxurious Mercedes-Benz S Class, but her everyday car is a modified Toyota Innova Crysta. The Toyota Innova Crysta she owns is no ordinary car as it has beencustomized by DC2, which is the new brand name of the DC Design.
The modifier has exponentially customized the cabin of the regular Innova Crysta to make it look more plush and luxurious. Inside, the stock chairs in the middle row of the car have been replaced by electrically adjustable super comfortable seats. All the upholstery area inside the car has been covered with leather, including door pads. DC2 has also added a panel of lights on the roof of the MPV and it looks quite mesmerizing. There’s also a lot of wood finish elements inside the car along with gloss black inserts.
To make the cabin of the car comfortable and classy, DC2 has employed two retractable cup holders for the middle row passengers. Moreover, the second-row passenger seats sport two different screens, which can be used as a TV to entertain the passengers. This highly customized Toyota Innova Crysta continues to get last row seats and they now look more luxurious. The third-row seats are covered with plush leather, which will give a special feel to the last row passengers.
We don’t know how much Madhuri Dixit has spent to get all these modifications from DC2, but we know that the car designer offers customized modification packages starting from Rs 9.5 lakh. Toyota Innova is quite popular among celebrities in India because of its spacious and feature-loaded cabin. The Innova Crysta Madhuri Dixit own is the petrol-automatic model. Bollywood celebrities like Malaika Arora are seen being driven around in a petrol-automatic Innova. .