Maruti Alto Modified To Become a Black Beast

by Harish Kumar | 24/10/2020
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Here, we have a modified Maruti Alto that looks mysterious with an all-black theme. Check it out now.

Being one of the best-selling cars in India for quite a long period of time, the Maruti Alto has been long-perceived as a budget-friendly simple and basic urban runabout in our market. However, Insha Allah Motors– a renowned automobile modification centre in Jammu and Kashmir has modified the latest-gen Maruti Alto with an all-black theme to make it more like a mysterious black beast.

modified alto front angle

Plenty of cosmetic changes and some add-ons have been given to the new modified Alto. The new Alto now features a premium Granite Grey paint scheme that fits it perfectly. The front and rear bumpers add-ons with LED series lights at the lower portion just enhances the car’s overall sportiness. The same visual effect is from the custom faux exhaust pipe at the rear of the hatchback car. Talking about the exterior lights, while the front headlamps feature integrated LED turn indicators, the tail lamps also boast of LED inserts.

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The original Suzuki badge at the rear of the Alto has been replaced by the “Transformers” one and the Suzuki badge at the front gets a matte black finish. The tires have been upsized and finished in silver. There’s a horizontally-placed light bar stands out at the top of the rear windscreen.

Moving to the interior, the modified Maruti Alto sees the inclusion of custom black-red upholstery that replaces the factory-fitted black-beige unit. Red accents are also made to the door panel and air vents surround. The folks at Insha Allah Motors have equipped a large aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system with new JBL-sourced music system that raises the upmarket feel inside the modified Alto model.

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It is believed that the powertrains remain untouched in this customized Maruti Alto. The car stays with the stock 0.8-litre 3-cylinder naturally-aspirated petrol engine that generates 47 PS of max power and 62 Nm of peak torque. Transmission option is also the same, with a 5-speed manual gearbox as seen in the regular version.

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