You will be awestruck by this modified Maruti Baleno that wants to be a Lamborghini with stylish scissor doors.
Owing a regular Baleno is cool, without doubts. However, what if you have a dazzling Baleno whose doors could be opened upwards? We’ve already presented to you a modified Maruti Swift that wants to be a Lamborghini and it looks extremely good. Now let’s see how a modified Baleno transforms into something awesome with a stylish set of aftermarket scissor doors.
We hardly need to give you an introduction about the Maruti Baleno – an unrivalled premium hatchback car by Maruti Suzuki in the Indian market. You already know it. When it comes to the new car’s sales momentum, the Baleno has been selling like hot cakes in our country. But you might now know, the Baleno is also a hot favourite in the car modification department. This one is one of the best examples of modified Maruti Baleno in India.
Prepared by 360 Motoring Kollam, this modified Baleno car looks extremely striking with a set of Lamborghini-inspired scissor doors. The drama of opening the doors upwards rather than outwards is always attractive. The same goes for the modified Maruti Baleno.
This Baleno comes with front scissor doors that look like stock units when closed. The rear doors are the regular units and operate in a normal way. Aside from that, the modified Baleno also receives a custom body kit all around. At the front end, the hatchback gets a thoroughly-refreshed bumper with a new grille, giving it a more premium look compared to the original car.
The lower section of the bumper gets LED lamps along with black splitter. The modified car still retains its stock headlamps but there’s a body-coloured wrap on the upper part to give the lamps a sleeker look.
Over the sides, the modified Baleno looks more ravish and lavish with aftermarket 17-inch rims shod with low-profile tyres, underbody spoiler. The hatchback rides on a lowered stance for an enhanced sportiness. The modifier has excellently played the colour card on the modified Baleno as the dual-tone black-red body colour makes the car more sophisticated than a looker. The gloss wrap has been used from the A-Pillar towards the upper part of the car and makes it to other pillars, window rims and roof.
At the back, the Maruti Baleno is customized with aftermarket bumper, seeing the infusion of a huge diffuser and a neatly-fitted exhaust. The original tail lamps have been replaced by the aftermarket ones. We hardly see any trace of chrome on the modified Baleno excepting for the rear beltline.
While it remains unknown that the modified Baleno has experienced any tweaks under its skin. The regular Maruti Baleno is powered by a BSVI-compliant 1.2-litre petrol engine that churns out 82 BHP of max power and 114 Nm of peak torque. It can be had with either a 5-speed MT or a CVT unit.