Toyota Fortuner To Mahindra XUV500 – Top 5 DC Design Modified SUVs

Here is a list of top 5 tastefully modified SUVs by DC Design.

DC Design is one of the most popular vehicle designers of India. The company is known for giving a complete makeover to the exterior and interior styling of the cars, though the brand is not making much change to the mechanics of the cars. Here is a list of top 5 SUVs modified by DC Design.

 DC Design Ford EcoSport

This is one of the best modification jobs done by DC Design. The add-on kit on the EcoSport transforms it completely. The placement of headlamps and the larger grille further enhances the SUV-ish stance. Also See – DC Design’s 10 Best Modified Cars

DC Design Renault Duster

Just like the EcoSport, the headlamps have been repositioned to the bumper. It features a sleeker and all-black grille with a hint of LED. The bumper has been slightly revised, featuring a set of auxiliary lights and fog lamps. The matte black finish further enhances the ruggedness of the SUV.

DC Design Mahindra XUV500

The Mahindra XUV500 is one of the most popular SUVs currently on sale in the market. DC Design also gave a makeover to this popular SUV, which further adds a touch of ruggedness to the design. The modified XUV500 has a more aggressive front grille and bumper that accommodates wider air-dam.

DC Design Toyota Fortuner

The homegrown car designer has modified the previous-generation Toyota Fortuner. The SUV gets a massive grille and sculpted bonnet, and triangular-shaped headlamps. While the SUV looks decent from certain angles, the front design of the SUV could have been better. Nevertheless, the company has also modified the cabin of the new-generation Fortuner. The new model’s cabin looks quite a luxurious place to spend some quality time.

DC Design Mahindra Thar – DC Hammer

DC Design had showcased a heavily customised Mahindra Thar at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. Called DC Hammer, the SUV’s modification cost Rs 5.95 lakh over the price of standard Mahindra Thar. Wrapped in gloss black paint, the Hammer retains the Thar’s original profile. Some of the design highlights include heavily flared wheel arches, hood scoop, revised bumper, off-road wheels shod with fatter rubbers, LED lighting and an openable rear hatch. More Pictures

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