The Maruti Vitara Brezza has been a strong seller for the automaker since its launch in 2016. But how do you think a fully modified track-ready Brezza may look like? We have got one render which may be perfect.
The Maruti Vitara Brezza was the second coming of the Vitara moniker in India. In previous iterations, both models of the Grand Vitara failed to sell well as they were ahead of their time and were considered expensive. People didn’t see Maruti as a premium brand, which is why they failed to catch the attention of the Indian audience. For the Vitara Brezza though, the auto giant played to their strengths instead. The Vitara Brezza is a compact SUV, one of the first to be launched back in 2016, and it turned out to be third time lucky as it was a smash hit from day one. The Vitara Brezza may be overshadowed by new rivals like the Kia Sonet or the Nissan Magnite, but it still remains one of the best all-round vehicles in the segment.
India has a huge aftermarket and modifying market, and being a best seller the Maruti Vitara Brezza has loads of options. We at IndianAuto have come across quite a few of these mods, some awesome and some not so awesome. Today we come across this render by Asak Designs of the Vitara Brezza that’s unlike anything you’ll see.
Coated in a cool shade of burnt yellow and black/grey, this Maruti Vitara Brezza looks like the ultimate Nurburgring 24 hours refugee. It has been lowered so low that there’s barely any ground clearance. The swollen wheel arches cover the deep dish rims wrapped in Hoosier slick tyres. There’s a really low front diffuser with winglets above it to clean the airflow to the rear, which is dominated by the full-width spoiler. The headlamps are blanked out and lighting duties are shared by the huge front foglamps and a lightbar on the roof. The rear doors seem to be welded shut and the windows coloured out, meaning the rear doors have been binned to save weight. And looking at the triple side-exit exhausts, it seems there’s an engine upgrade to match up with the looks. A twin-turbo V6 maybe?
In standard stock trim, the Maruti Vitara Brezza is powered by a 1.5-litre 4 cylinder petrol which makes peak power and torque figures of 105 PS/138 Nm respectively. You can pair it with a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic gearbox. Prices for the Vitara Brezza start from Rs 7.34 lakh for the base LXI- and goes up to Rs 11.40 lakh for the ZXI+ auto. All prices ex-showroom, respectively.