The Tata Sumo is a car that people have loved over the years. The Sumo was first launched in 1994 as a ten-seater rear-wheel-drive MUV. Thanks to its rugged and tough design, the Sumo became very popular in the Indian market. The MUV is known to take years of abuse, and that’s the reason why some of the first-gen models are still being driven on the Indian roads. Many people love to modify their age-old Sumos, and here we have one such video, where a 2002 Tata Sumo has been completely restored and tastefully modified.
The video has been uploaded by Autorounders on their YouTube channel. They do modifications and custom paint jobs on their customer’s cars. In the video they talk about all the modification they have done to the car according to the customer’s taste. The Sumo can be seen facelifted to the Sumo Gold, it gets a really nice dual tone paint job which gives it a unique and fresh look. It can be seen in the video that the car had some rust issues due to its age, which were resolved really nicely. Talking about the wheels it gets custom alloy wheels with a different tyre profile than the stock ones. The car gets projector fog lamps now along with led headlamps.
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Moving on to the interior they show how the changes have been done first off all, the front seats have been replaced with the Toyota Innova for added comfort. This Sumo now gets custom made dual-tone sweat and heat resistant seat covers. They have made a custom central console along with armrests which the Sumo never had. It gets some modern touches also like the Galaxy starlight roof, Android touch screen along with a parking camera and to make it better than ever ambient lighting has also been installed in the car.
The clutch, brake and gas pedals have also been replaced with more premium metal pedals from Momo. The modifications in the interior of the car now give it a premium feel on the inside and the car looks rugged on the outside. Later in video they share the review and reaction of the owner while they deliver the car to them, they show the how much happy and satisfied the owner is with the job and how much emotional value the car holds to them. All these changes along with the repaint job have given the Sumo a new life it deserved.
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