Here are the 5 remaining vehicles:
The Fabia was one hatchback that gave the premium feeling. The diesel Fabia was very capable too. Here is one that has undergone a lot of mods. For starters, the car now has a body kit, new front auxiliary lights, LED DRLs, Borbet rims, a new rear diffuser and a blacked out roof. The vehicle has also been lowered using H&R springs and Bilstein dampers. It also features a remap.
The Thar is one vehicle that is known for its ruggedness. While most mods for the Thar are loud and involve major changes to make the vehicle more suitable for off-roading, this one here has more of a subtle update. This Thar now sits on Bilstein B6 suspension and the performance has also been updated, with the help of a tuning box.
The Q7 doesn’t come to mind when you think of a car that would be modified often, and it is not a vehicle that is modified often. This Q7 here, which has been done by Pete’s features new 20′” rims with 295 cross section tyres for the additional grip, it has H&R spacers for the stanced look and it also gets a massive roof box, which makes it look cool.
BMW E46 M3
The E46 M3 is a car that most people who have play the ‘Need For Speed’ games would be familiar with. Pete’s has worked on one too. Originally, the E46 was powered by a naturally aspirated 3.2 liter inline 6 cylinder engine which produced 338 Bhp and 365 Nm. Pete’s has opted for a supercharger, which now bumps the power upto a massive 540 Bhp. Other mods also include the massive rear spoiler and the aftermarket rims and tyres.
Thought that MPVs were boring and couldn’t be made fun? Well think again. Here is one cool looking Ertiga, done by Pete’s. Mod list includes new 17″ Borbet rims, blue tint on the headlamps, blacked out chrome elements, Muth mirrors, H&R coilovers and a remap. This one also has a Thule roof rack to make it more practical.