We’ve reported you several examples of the modified Brezza in the Indian market but this is the very first time we spot a modified Maruti Vitara Brezza that wants to be a Land Rover car. Check it out!
First launched in India in 2016, the Maruti Vitara Brezza has established quite a good reputation in the hotly-contested sub-four-metre SUV segment. With such popularity, it makes good sense as the Vitara Brezza also becomes popular among people who are the fans of modified cars in India. We’ve reported you several examples of the modified Brezza in the Indian market but this is the very first time we spot a modified Maruti Vitara Brezza that wants to be a Land Rover car. Check it out!
According to a video uploaded by PR Play on their official youtube channel, this is a base variant of the Vitara Brezza that has received some extensive mod jobs inside out to become a premium luxurious Land Rover. We can easily catch sight of the familiar Land Rover’s inspired grill at the front that fits perfectly the overall design of the plain-Jane Brezza indeed. The headlamps are smoked and get dual projector units. There’s also a custom body kit at the front of the SUV, combined with the new LED DRLs fitted around the fog lamps, giving the modified Brezza a more aggressive look.
At the side, the modified Vitara Brezza receives aftermarket five-spoke alloy wheels with white-out roof panel, ORVMs, thereby rolling out a contrasting visual effect. Under the side cladding of the Brezza lies the lights which can be remotely controlled by a mobile app. Lastly, the refreshed LED taillights make the rear end more distinctive to see, especially at night.
Inside the cabin of the modified Brezza is an all-black layout that is further accentuated by the diamond stitching on the roof, seat upholstery and door pads. The faux wooden inserts on the door make it more like a Land Rover-replica car. The new touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, 360-degree camera view and upgraded audio system is to name some prominent aftermarket features on the vehicle.
That said, the Vitara Brezza looks neat and becomes an absolute stunner with these modifications. The overall cost of the mod jobs mentioned here was around Rs 75,000 – 80,000. The Brezza featured here is a pre-facelifted diesel version.