Here are five more cars that look stunning with scissor doors.
The Fluidic Verna looks good with flowing lines on the body. The modified example of the car looks jaw-dropping beautiful. The car gets faux air-intake on the good. The grille has been replaced with a more aggressive one.
The headlamps and the tail lamps remain the same, but the halogen bulbs have been replaced with LED lights. The car also gets roof-mounted LED light bar. The showstopper here is the scissor door setup! It looks brilliant with the deep blue coloured Verna.
Honda Jazz made a comeback in India after a brief period. The premium hatchback from Honda has many fans all over the country because of its unique design. The Jazz, however, looks little subtle on the design front. Here is an exemplary modification of the Jazz with scissor doors, blacked out hood and LED DRLs.
Tata’s latest sub-brand, TaMo has showcased the RaceMo at the Geneva motor show. The RaceMo will be launched soon in India by the end of this year. The RaceMo becomes the latest addition to list of Indian manufacturers with a sports car in the portfolio. The RaceMo has been designed on MoFlex platform which offers some advanced high-tech looks. Apart from the looking stunning, RaceMo also gets the scissor doors.
The Bangalore-based company, Motormind Design showcased their first vehicle at the Auto Expo 2016. The Hyperion’s design is inspired by the F1 cars, but the vertically opening doors are something that takes away all the attention. The Hyperion will be launched in a couple of years from now.
The Honda City is undoubtedly the most popular sedan carrying the Honda badge. This mod based on the previous generation City looks very good. The thick grille of the car has also been changed to slimmer ones. There are also two racing stripes making the car look sporty.