Recently, a Ford EcoSport has been modified to enhance its looks. Read on to discover.
The Ford EcoSport is one of the pioneers in the sub-four-metre compact SUV segment in India. The vehicle now competes against the Mahindra XUV300, Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue and Maruti Vitara Brezza and the upcoming Kia Sonet. Despite being a good car, the EcoSport now feels a little bit outdated compared to its competitors. Many examples of the modified Ford EcoSport have been recorded in the past. Here is a video which shows a customized EcoSport which looks really great.
The Ford EcoSport in the video is a 2018 facelifted model and has got a wide range of modifications. In the front, the SUV comes with a black masking on the hood, LED headlights, an aftermarket illuminated grille which can be seen in Ford’s more premium vehicles. The fog lights feature LED strips which act as matrix styled turn indicators. The lower part of the bumper has also given way to an aftermarket unit, which adds to the robustness of the vehicle. On the side profile, the SUV runs on 16-inch alloy rims, which improves its appearance. The ORVMs, the side glass and the roof rails have been blackened and a Raptor sticker is added to the car side. In the rear, the vehicle is equipped with LED pillar lights, a shovel mounted to the spare wheel and an exhaust tip. As regards the interior, the vehicle is equipped with an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system, a good new audio unit and ambient lighting strips on the dashboard. The seats have also received thorough upgrades.
The Ford EcoSport has been impressively modified with numerous changes done to both the exterior and the interior.
Currently, no modifications have been made to the car powertrains; nevertheless, the owner has confirmed to added Stage 1 remap and a twin exhaust system to the car in the foreseeable future. According to the video, from INR 2 lakh - INR 2.5 lakh has been invested in this car's modification by the owner. The Ford EcoSport is one of the compact SUVs with the best-built quality in India. Currently, it receives its power from both gasoline and turbo oil burners. The EcoSport will soon get a segment-leading 1.2-litre turbo gasoline burner borrowed from Mahindra XUV300.