Here, we have a modified Maruti Alto, along with a video of the entire customisation process.
Maruti Alto is the most popular car of all time in India. First introduced in 1998, the Alto quickly became the car of choice for many Indian families looking for an affordable and efficient car to run. In 2004, it overtook the 800 as the best-selling car in India, and the Alto has almost always been on the top of the sales chart ever since. With such a huge popularity, it isn’t surprising to see some modified examples on the road and online. Here, we have one such example of a modified Maruti Alto 800.
Modified alto 800 in 5 days | BY TEAM I.A.MOTORS | Inshallah Motors
The video above has been posted by a YouTube channel by the name of ‘Inshallah Motors’. This particular car has undergone plenty of exterior changes, which we shall list here. The front grille has also been replaced by a new unit, and gets a subtle blue and red paint stripes on the left side of the car, along with a ‘Cadillac’ badge for some reason. There is an LED strip mounted on the lower portion of the front bumper. The ‘Suzuki’ badge on the nose of the car is now purple in colour, which goes well with the black paint scheme of the car.
The side profile of the car features minimal change. There is a side skirt for a little added muscle, and alloy wheels with black and red paint scheme look extremely sporty. At the rear, we see LED taillights and another ‘Cadillac’ on the boot lid. The rear bumper gets a fake diffuser and quad exhaust pipes (most of which are also probably fake). The interior of the car has also been customised. It gets a sports steering wheel, and the dashboard gets another Cadillac badge on the passenger side, along with three custom gauges. The side air vents for the AC get red inserts, which make the cabin feel premium.
This particular model is the Alto 800, which is powered by a 0.8-litre, naturally aspirated, inline-3 petrol engine. The motor is capable of producing 48 PS and 69 Nm. It comes mated to a 5-speed manual transmission only. There is an S-CNG version as well, for people looking for even cheaper running costs than the standard Alto.