To add some flamboyance to the humble Tata Indigo, this car's owner has given the erstwhile Maruti Dzire-rival a range of minor mods. However, the end-result might not to be everyone's liking
In the world that many people love uniqueness, the desire to make your humble cars become unique is deeper than ever. Hence, some car owners have given some distinct mod jobs to the Tata Indigo that blows a breath of fresh air to the visual stance of the vehicle. However, as far as the overall look of the vehicle is concerned, we do find it to be a bit too loud.
Launched in India in 2002 after the Indica, the Tata Indigo used to be one of the most-loved sedan cars of India. However, gone are the days when the Indigo was in the sweet spot, the car started showing its age and lost out its charm to the younger modern cars, such as the Maruti Dzire, thereby leading to its discontinuation in 2018. However, this modified Tata Indigo gets a different recipe.
While Indians love big SUVs due to the sporty and muscular looks, they are often too expensive to buy. However, the owner of this Tata Indigo manages to make his car stand out without having to spend much for a new one. All modification jobs that the Tata Indigo receives are for the exterior & interior only. The Tata Indigo was modified with a chrome-laden aftermarket grille upfront, together with sharper LED headlamps and fog lamps as well as redesigned air dam.
It appears that the car’s owner has played the colour card for his modified Tata Indigo as the blue-coloured roof scoop, ORVMs and bonnet scoop combined with blue decals on the bonnet, tailgate and rear bumpers do roll out an extremely elegant yet stunning visual appeal. The custom side skirts of the Tata Indigo already look cool at the beginning but the blacked-out treatment added on it even elevates the car’s premium quotient to a greater degree.
The modified Tata Indigo looks even sharper with a set of aftermarket wheels while LED park lights are installed at the rear and under the bodywork. On the inside, the modified Tata Indigo features a retro-looking customised dashboard thanks to some minor cosmetic tweaks to the air vents and centre console.
After all, this Tata Indigo seems to go a bit far from the original version with those excellent mods and looks none other than an absolute head-turner. We don’t know if there is any modification made under the Indigo’s bonnet and how much the modifier has paid for the above. However, since most of the car mod jobs are DIY, we are sure that they are not so expensive as the market price. A big thumbs-up should be given to this modified Tata Indigo.