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DC Design’s 10 Best Modified Cars

Date: January 16, 2017 6:21 PM
  • Styling doesn’t always implicate the fashion fraternity with svelte models clad in swanky ensemble. If you have seen Rohit Shetty films you might be well acquainted with the idea of modified cars as seen in his last film ‘Dilwale’. India’s very own DC Design helmed by designer DilipChabbria, is known for customizing vehicles and building concept cars. Over the years, many cars have rolled out of the DC Design, restyled inside-out and looking absolutely smashing. Here we have picked the 10 best modifications from DC Design, have a look.

  • Volkswagen Polo Midnight - The pronounced wheel arches with redesigned alloys paired to the large tyres give a robust look to the flanks. Additionally, the headlamps cluster has been entirely changed for a sleek appearance.

  • Toyota Innova - The plastic cladding around the body and the large split air dams on the lower bumper accentuate the bulky stance. Inside, it equips a bunch of goodies and use of wood trim makes it more luxurious.

  • Toyota Fortuner - As much as it looks transformed from the outside, it sports a totally new and modified layout on the inside. The small headlamps and the hexagonal grille bring a lot of character to the face.

  • Maruti Swift - This customized Swift gets most of the changes to the face with LED lights stealing away the attention. The two-tone upholstery on the inside looks sporty.

  • Maruti Ertiga - It is rather a revolutionized rendition of Ertiga wherein the headlamps have largely been retained but every other facet has been given a new treatment, especially the transparent roof meeting merging seamlessly with the front windscreen.

  • Mahindra Thar - The popular off-roader in its modified avatar can very well be mistaken for a vintage car from yesteryear. The long bonnet, round headlamps and fat tyres add bulk to the vehicle.

  • Renault Duster - Just like the EcoSport, the headlamps have been repositioned to the bumper. Grille is sleeker and all black with a hint of LED. Flanks remain as is and the matte black finish redefines the ruggedness.

  • Ford EcoSport - The add-on kit on the EcoSport transforms it completely. Not that the production version isn’t as endearing but the placement of headlamps and the larger grille reinforces the SUV-ish stance.

  • HM Ambassador - Known for its suave and rather dated looks, the Ambassador got a restyling from DC Design. The image shown above is DC’s rendition of the Ambassador and it looks all-new with those gullwing mirrors.

  • Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupe - Just when you thought that this Cayenne cannot get any better, think again and have a look at this reworked 2-seater Cayenne. The change to the grille in front and a more plush cabin makes it more desirable.

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