If there is one company that is well known when it comes to modifying cars, it has to be DC. Be it body kits, paint jobs, complete makeovers or even interior jobs, DC is a name that many people trust and bank upon. He has come up with a lot of funky and weird designs based on production cars previously. Now DC Design has come up with a modified version of India’s most popular compact SUV, the Creta.
DC Designs are very loud and in your face, and this Creta is no exception. While the normal Creta is sharp and understated, this one is the exact opposite. It has a large honeycomb grill upfront that has been finished in red. The bumper has been changed, and it now has added muscle to it. The air vent surrounds have also been finished in red and so has the front number plate housing strip. The bonnet now houses a DC logo.
On its flanks, the car now has a new skirt which has also been finished in red. The wheel arch cladding has been finished in black as opposed to the plastic cladding the normal Creta gets. DC is yet to reveal what the rear will look like, however from the side profile, it can be said that the rear will look very different to what the normal vehicle does. There could be a new bumper on offer.
On the inside, the fabric seats have given way to red leather seats and wooden inserts on the dash. The steering wheel cover as well as the door cards are now finished in red. This will certainly make the inside a more comfortable and luxurious place to be in. But the colour? Well, that’s left to the individual’s taste. DC is likely to offer some customization there as well.
Other such DC modified compact SUVs?
DC has also done up a Duster, which is the Creta’s main rival. When the DC Duster was introduced, the kit costed Rs 3.49 lakhs and it gave the Duster a major make over. The headlamps and front grill were replaced with a more edgy unit having a single strip of headlamps visible, making it look very mean. The fog lamp housing was replaced with multiple lights having a chrome surround.
The DC Duster which was showcased was finished in a matte black shade and featured 10-spoke alloy wheels. On the inside, the Duster got a lounge option which means that there is good use of leather and wood panels. The rear bench seat was replaced with two individual seats which recline and up front is a TV screen which can be used for entertainment while relaxing enroute to your destination.
When the Ecosport was introduced, it too was given the DC treatment, being a very popular car. The DC Ecosport got a new single slat LED headlamp, a new front grill, bumper and new fog lamps. This one too was designed as a lounge which meant that the rear bench was replaced with two individual seats which recline and a folding front passenger seat. The roof lining was also changed and got new lights.
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