India is a nation of expensive cars when it comes to buying one. Although only a certain amount of people can afford to buy such expensive cars. Since many of us cannot buy these cars but still desire to have cars that could look like them. Here some 10 modified cars in India that aspire to be more.
JeepRezza | Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza
Well, a not so soothing amalgamation between a Maruti Suzuki Brezza and the recently launched Jeep Compass. Both the cars support a very classy boxy silhouette which adds an additional point to their luxury. The Jeep compass supports a pretty impressive grille. While the Brezza. Well, some things are better unsaid. Coming back to this mix-and-match this Brezza owner seemed to have fancied the compass and here we have the final result.
The Cringe Rover | Hyundai Creta
The Hyundai Creta is “Considered” to be the most popular compact SUV in India. While the Range Rover can be called the “Big Daddy” of SUV’s. Sadly this Creta has been modded to resemble the Range Rover with an upgraded grille, However it does the job really well of confusing the viewers for a second. But the overall look tends to do the job.
Mahindra Quattroporte | Mahindra Verito
Well to those of us who seem to be little confused by the name “Quattroporte” it translates to “four doors” and is also used by a very famous model from the Italian manufacturer, Maserati. And for those of us who are stressing their brains trying to figure out what this is. This is a Mahindra Verito which has been able to save its original look- except the front and supports a borderline cool front grille with the Maserati badging over the grille.
This Mahindra Verito stands true to the statement that every car can be called “Quattroporte” and this Verito is no different.
Maruti GypsyR | Maruti Suzuki WagonR
The Maruti Gypsy has been a very well known entity amongst the 90’s generation and still is for the off-roading enthusiasts. On the other hand, the WagonR has been the ‘Aam Aadmi ki Gaadi’ since it was first introduced in 1999 as an answer to the Hyundai Santro. This example shows a mash-up of the notorious Maruti Gypsy and the Maruti Wagon R. We still are unaware of the fact that why this Gypsy wanted to be a WagonR at all in the first place. This mix-and-match can be considered as one of the most weirdly looking modified cars in India.
Maruti Veyron | Maruti Esteem
The Bugatti Veyron is amongst the most popular and one of the fastest car in the world. For most of us, this monster menace has also been a very popular bedroom poster. Nevertheless, the Bugatti Veyron is expensive that even the world’s richest have to think twice before spending the Moolah on one.
However, This automotive enthusiast surely got his share of joy by modifying his decade-old Maruti Esteem into a Bugatti Veyron.
The overall proportion of this Maruti Veyron seems to be all wrong, but you can surely fool a non-enthusiast with this one.
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Ford Transformer | God knows?
The name ‘Ford’ says it all the company has been making some exquisite driver-oriented vehicles since the very beginning and this is the only reason a lot of enthusiasts still end up buying ford vehicles.
Maybe this led to this self-proclaimed car enthusiast to modify his ford and give it a much weird and wacky loom which was certainly uncalled for. It is still known what the owner wanted to do with the look of the vehicle. But one thing is for sure that he sure looks a bit futuristic with those scissor doors which the car manages to hold onto pretty well. It is for certain that this car will surely grab a lot of attention on the streets. This over-the-top thing can certainly be the king of the worst modified cars in India.
Hyundai Murcielago | Hyundai Elantra
The word Lamborghini does the job. Every Lamborghini cars are very raw to look at and stands true to the term sexy. Since it is a very aspirational brand and not many can afford to but one, but they surely try to replicate one. This is one such example. This Hyundai Elantra has been completely modified to look like the iconic Lamborghini Murcielago.
When we say completely modified we mean surely mean it starting from the headlamps, taillamps and other specifications have been carved to resemble the likes of the Lamborghini Murcielago. However, we cannot consider this as a tasteful decision made by the owner.
Audi Captiva | Chevrolet Captiva
Well, someone surely had the moolah and the dream to own an Audi Q7 which could have cost half the price of the Audi Q7. This ridiculously good looking mod was made by taking a perfectly good looking Chevrolet Captiva, mixed with a few bits and pieces to look like the Audi Q7 and Voila, here we have the final result.
Honestly, the overall look doesn’t look that bad, and with the ‘Q6’ badging isn’t bad either but it’s still fake and adds to the humour
Feature-wise this notorious amalgamation uses the B7 headlamps of the Audi A4 and the taillights of the Audi Q7 might have bought the owner of this car close enough to own a German car. but there are enough noticeable giveaways to tell others that somewhere . underneath there still a Captiva.
Toyota Fortuner T-Fort | Toyota Fortuner
For those of us who are still are unaware of what Lexus is, It is the premium segment for Japanese auto giant Toyota which has recently made its entry in the Indian Market. With that said, the big price tags keep the mass segment away from this ultra luxurious segment. With this one, the Toyota Fortuner is making its way to look like a Lexus. However, there are many kits in the markets that can transform the new generation Fortuner and can demand a second look.
Just to stay true this car certainly stands out to its outlandish design and can be considered as the most smashing modified cars in India.
Tata 911 | Tata Indica
The Porsche 911 is one of the world’s most iconic car. The two-seater sports car is very well known for its signature shape and design. Much similar to its design is the Tata Indica which tends to support quite similar shape only if you crunch up your eyes and look at it when it’s dark. To a Porsche fan. This might have been mischief of a wannabe fan who took his passion to a literal sense and converted this Indica into a Porsche 911 with the help of fibre body panels and made this moniker of the German sports car.