15-year old Tata Sumo MUV beautifully resto-modded

Tata launched their popular MUV Sumo in the market back in 1994. It became popular among customers in a very short span of time. In three years time, Tata was able to sell 1 lakh units of Sumo in the market. Over the years, competition increased in this segment and in 2019, Tata officially discontinued Sumo. There are still some well kept examples of Sumo in the country. Here we have a video where a 15 year old Tata Sumo has been beautifully restored and modified both on the outside and inside.

The video has been uploaded by Rohit Mehta Sai Auto Accessories on their YouTube channel. The video starts with the vlogger showing all the modifications and customisation done on this 15 year old Tata Sumo. Starting with the front, the MUV gets stock headlamps with ring type LED DRLs in it. The front bumper on the Sumo actually gets a gloss black finish to it. A set of fog lamps are also installed on the bumper. The bonnet on this Sumo gets black and red decals on it. The headlights are actually HID units instead of regular halogen bulbs.

Coming to the side profile, the stock turn indicators mounted on the side fender has been replaced with an aftermarket unit. This is a dual function LED light. The 15 inch wheels remain the same but, they now get dual tone wheel caps which give it an alloy wheel look. The lower portion of the door on this Sumo gets a black finish and a footrest has also been installed. Just like on the bonnet, a Red and Black strip has been installed on the rear door as well.

15-year old Tata Sumo MUV beautifully resto-modded

As we move towards the rear, the original tail lamps have been retained but, they now get a smokey effect to them. The vlogger also shows the spoiler at the rear. The main modifications have been done on the interiors of this car. Starting with the door panels. The door panels get dual tone leather padding and there are ambient lighting strips in it. The center console on the dashboard also gets an LED strip. The footwell area also gets lightings.

The fabric seas now get premium looking beige and black seat covers. They also built a armrest console for the driver and faux wooden inserts are also used in the center console. The whole cabin gets a beige and black treatment. Vlogger then shows the touchscreen infotainment screen that has been installed in the car. It has been neatly placed above dashboard to get a floating type effect. This is an Android system that supports offline maps, video and many other features. They have also installed a set of speakers on the dashboard and rear.

Steering on the Sumo also gets dual tone steering wheel with faux wooden panel insert and leather wrapping. They also installed central locking with a flip key for it. The windshields get high heat rejection clear film. The vlogger does not mention anything about the cost of this modification but, he does mention that, there package starts from a minimum of Rs 75,000 and goes up to Rs 1.25 lakh.