Motormind Automotive Designs of Bangalore has been churning out modified cars by the dozen. The outfit also builds body kits for cars. Meanwhile, here are 10 smashing modified cars from Motormind. From wraps and body kits to lift jobs, we have them all covered.
Tata Safari Storme
This Tata Safari Storme receives a vinyl wrap in yellow and black, enough to make it really stand out. The tyres get fatter while matt black finished alloy wheels are a classy touch. The SUV also wears a body kit designed in-house at Motormind.
The Micra isn’t a commonly modified car in India but when well done, it can look look quite tasteful – like this one here. This car wears a Motormind styling kit. From the boot and the front bumper, the rear bumper and hatchlid spoiler to the custom red colour and alloy wheels, a lot has gone into this Micra to make it look the way it does.
Maruti Gypsy Shudder Edition
The Shudder Editon from Motormind gives the iconic off roader tasteful tweaks. The orange paint job looks swell and does a great job contrasting against the black bits on this vehicle. Mud terrain tyres on alloy wheels and wider fenders give the modified Gypsy looks to go with the go-anywhere persona. DRLs around the headlamps and on the roof are lighting additions.
Hyundai i20 Elite
The customized i20 Elite seems apt for those who want edges rather than curves. A body kit makes the front look quite sharp while the changes are carried over to the flanks, which get side skirts. A split style diffuser sits on the rear bumper while a hatch lid spoiler rounds off the sporty design’s intent. Other interesting bits include projector headlamps with angel rings, and an LED daytime running strip placed on the front bumper.
Porsche 911 Rust Wrap
This Porsche 911 cabrio with a rust wrap done up by Motormind is totally one-of-its-kind in India. While such stuff that’s commonplace abroad, it takes some taste to drive around with one in India, especially where older cars are looked down upon. This rust wrap does exactly that, giving the Porsche a vintage, almost worn down look. And yes, the Martini race livery is oh-so-Porsche.
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