We surely live in a world full of oddities and this article proves it. Here we are back with the third edition of the wannabe cars of India. So without any further ado let’s get on with the part 3.

But first things first…

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  1. Audi Swift | Maruti Suzuki Swift

    Audi swift | Wannabe cars
    Audi swift | Wannabe cars | Source

    Well, to some this might be a weird combo but this is what Indian’s are known for. The nation’s most loved hatchback has been badged with an Audi A7 grille. Additional changes on the new hatchback from Audi includes a new set of weird LED DRLs imported straight from the infamous gallies of Karol Bagh. However, it does look a bit cute, but we still fail to wonder why people would want something like this.

  2. Mahindra-Jeep TUV300 | God knows?

    Mahindra Jeep TUV300
    Mahindra Jeep TUV300 | Source

    The Mahindra TUV300 is already a pretty rough and tough sub-4 meter SUV. However, it seems that the owner of this weirdly modified TUV300 wanted to give the word “Weird” a whole new definition by trying to convert his TUV300 into a Jeep Cherokee. It seems that he was quite successful as the transformation doesn’t look that bad with the Cherooke’s seven slated grille looks pretty neat.

  3. Mercedes 800 | Maruti Suzuki 800
    Mercedes 800 | Source
    Mercedes 800 | Source

    You might agree with me on this that the Maruti Suzuki 800 has been the humblest vehicle one could come across on Indian road. If it was still road legal though! The 800 owner is not happy with the fact that it has now been taken off-roads and decides to give it a luxury treatment and has replaced its old school MS logo with a Mercedes-Benz logo. Although, it does look quite quirky.

  4. The Weird and Wacky Bolero

    The Weird and wacky Bolero
    The Weird and wacky Bolero| Wannabe cars | Source

    Well, this is an interesting take on the Mahindra Bolero. It clearly seems that the owner wanted his ride to be that wackiest of them all. The owner has completely transformed the front fascia and has replaced the original headlamps with that of the Mahindra XUV500. while the front bumper has been taken from god only knows what. It also features an illuminating 8-slat front grille similar to that of the Jeep Cherokee.

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  5. Audi Cruze RS4 | Chevrolet Cruze

    The Chevrolet Cruze was one of the most popular sedans ever launched in India but had to be discontinued as the company decided to leave. So here we present you a Cruze suffering from a severe identity crisis. The front fascia has been given an Audi look with the complete grille and an Audi logo.

  6. Mercedes-Benz Dzire | Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire

    Mercedes-Benz Dzire | Source
    Mercedes-Benz Dzire| Wannabe cars | Source

    This is the second time when on this list where we see a car modified with Mercedes-Benz hints. The first was with the might Mahindra Scorpio in the first part. We assume that the owner of this modified Maruti Suzuki Swift was not happy with the original Mercedes logo and decided to give it a little twist of his own, quite literally.

  7. Maruti Suzuki A7 | Maruti Suzuki Ciaz

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    Maruti Suzuki A7| Wannabe cars | Source

    Audi is one brand which although doesn’t rank amongst the elite but it surely has a strong fan following worldwide and this owner is clearly not satisfied with his Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. Instead, he decides to give it a complete makeover by getting a lowrider body kit, a new grille, and the infamous Audi logo.

  8. Mercedes-Benz Ciaz | Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Again!

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    Mercedes-Benz Ciaz| Wannabe cars | Source

    Here’s another one! Have you ever wondered what would happen when German-engineering meets a Maruti Suzuki Ciaz? Nothing! We only get to see the traditional Maruti Suzuki grille replaced by the ‘three-pointed Mercedes grille which surprisingly fits very well and look pretty decent.

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