Below is a Maruti Vitara Brezza which has been modified to become much more premium and look like a Range Rover. Read on for more details.
The Maruti Vitara Brezza was launched in the Indian auto market earlier this year. Besides a new 1.5-litre K-Series gasoline burner, the sub-4-metre compact SUV also receives some aesthetic alterations. The new Vitara Brezza also has great modification potentialities with many owners having modified it. Below is one such modified Maruti Vitara Brezza with a wide range of aftermarket accessories which makes it much more premium than the stock car and bear a strong resemblance to a Range Rover. Here is a video on this modified Maruti Vitara Brezza. Firstly, please have a look at the video.
The modified Maruti Vitara Brezza has received a wide array of alterations. In the front, it is equipped with aftermarket headlights with LED DRLs which serve as a complete housing for the headlights. Moreover, the car also comes with dual-mode aftermarket fog lights with two light colour options: yellow and white. The former colour is very helpful in low visibility conditions like rain or fog since it does not reflect back as much as its counterpart and can better show the road ahead.
On the side profile, this modified Maruti Vitara Brezza comes with aftermarket ORVM cover with 7-bullet LEDs arranged in a layered way which makes the car look very sophisticated and premium. Moreover, the car also gets a black vinyl on the car top to give it a dual-tone appearance, which makes it bear a strong resemblance to a Range Rover. In the rear, new full-LED four-mode Galaxy aftermarket taillights are equipped. The lights are dynamic and will dance or sweep, depending on the driver’s output.
Like the exterior, the interior also receives a wide array of changes. Firstly, the cabin gets an aftermarket leather-covered driving wheel with a hydro dipped outer ring to give the wheel a carbon fibre texture. All the steering buttons and other functions continue to work in the same way as those in the stock Vitara Brezza. Rockford Fosgate infotainment and speakers are also available. Moreover, aftermarket speakers are also available in the car as well. Despite lacking the sub-woofer, the sound quality is relatively good.
An ambient lighting system has also been installed around the cabin with a remote control which can be changed via a smartphone application. The door panels have also been changed with a carbon fibre texture. Aftermarket seat covers which get side bolters are also provided for the modified compact SUV. A central armrest has also been added to the vehicle which is actually absent in this V variant of the Vitara Brezza.
The price of the modification job has yet to be revealed. Nevertheless, such a wide range of modifications would cost over INR 1 lakh including the labour cost.