We hardly come across tastefully done up examples of modified Toyota Etios Liva, but here's one that features a matte blue paint scheme.
Toyota Etios Liva was launched in the Indian market to compete against the likes of Maruti Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 and more. However, it looked plain-jane boring in front of its rivals. The Etios Liva inherited Toyota’s reliability and quality standards, but Indian masses were not willing to comprise on their style statement. Toyota tried with a jacked-up iteration of the Etios Liva, which was named as Etios Cross. Sadly, it didn’t work either. Also, the dual-tone paint job option was offered to spruce up the overall appeal of the Etios Liva, which too failed, no wonders. However, here’s a modified example of the Etios Liva that we came across via Automot Custom’s Instagram account. Yes! It does look appealing, alluring, and attractive from all the angles.
This modified Toyota Etios Liva comes from the country of mods – Kerala. To start with, it now wears a shade of matte blue that makes it attract a lot of eyeballs. Also, the blue trims have been put in places on all the three profiles of the car. On the front, it now gets a grey-painted radiator grille that houses the Toyota logo with a blue background. Furthermore, the headlamps have been altered with the use of LED strips and projector elements. The roof of the car has been wrapped in grey as well, and it now gets cross-bar too.
On the sides, this modified Etios Liva now gets grey-painted ORVMs. The other changes include a set of 17-inch rims that are shod with low-profile rubber. The rear facet, on the other hand, gets a slew of changes. A spoiler has been put in place, along with a diffuser on the lower end and a custom exhaust muffler. Not much has been customized mechanically, although, this modified Etios Liva gets a custom map for the ECU.
Talking of the interior, it has been colour-matched with the matt-blue paint scheme of the exterior. The seats, dashboard, door pads, and even the pedals, are now draped in a shade of blue. The Etios Liva came with a sporty-looking steering wheel but seems like the owner wanted something right from the Le Mans race car. Thus, a bare-bone race-spec steering wheel has been put in place.