Take a look at this modified Maruti Vitara Brezza, it gets a super-loud 20,000 RPM sound system and massive 20-inch deep-dish alloy wheels. Read more about it here.
Loud cars are loved by both petrolheads and bass heads. But their preference for cars differs according to the source of the sound. While a petrolhead loves cars with loud engine sound and exhaust note, the bass heads want the loudness from the car’s sound system. Coming across the former is not a tough job, but coming across cars with super-loud sound system is still a daunting task in a country like ours. However, here’s a YouTube video that comes from the channel of Musafir Aka Joshi. It showcases a pre-facelift Maruti Vitara Brezza which is claimed to be the loudest car in the country.
In the video, the host explains the specifications of this sound system and the modifications that have been performed to fix it in place. This modified Maruti Vitara Brezza is now a 2-seater car, as the rear seats have been removed to house a massive sub-woofer casing. It accommodates four subwoofers, and each of which is powered by a dedicated 5,000 RMS Deaf Bonce Apocalypse amplifier. In summation, the total RMS count for this Vitara Brezza is over 20,000 RMS. It also gets a Clarion amplifier to power the tweeters and other speakers. Furthermore, the owner of this car – Vidit, has managed to use lithium-ion batteries to power this super-loud setup. For the transmission of power, wires of 95 mm gauge are used here.
It can be seen, this modified Maruti Vitara Brezza gets a lot of custom supports, jigs, and fixtures. They are visible around the windshield, tailgate, and the roof. This is done to provide some much-needed reinforcement to the bodyshell. Also, when the owner turns up the volume, the bass from this system is strong enough to induce a lot of flex and vibrations in the car. Somehow, it looks spooky, and we are sure that it will affect the car’s structural integrity in the long run. Talking of the cosmetic modifications, it gets a custom radiator grille and headlamp eyelids at the front. Furthermore, it now sits on a set of massive 20-inch deep-dish alloy wheels which are shod with super-sticky Pirelli P-Zero tyres.