DC Design is a name that is known across the country, though not everyone has the same opinion about the design house. Founded by Dilip Chhabria in 1993, the company has come a long way since then and is credited with the creation of the first Indian sportscar, the Avanti. DC Design specialises in creating body kits for cars in the Indian market along with doing some incredible interior modification jobs. Talking about the interior mods, DC Design converts the interiors of any car into a jetliner like space with all luxury amenities one could imagine and then some. Below are 5 such cars whose interiors have been reworked by DC.
Starting off the list is the Toyota Fortuner with a blue and white theme DC Design lounge. The Toyota Fortuner is the best selling SUV in its segment and comes with quite comfortable interiors along with dollops of space. However, DC Design takes things to a whole different level here as can be seen in the video above. It also gets an exterior body kit, though we are not sure if that would suit everyone’s taste. The interiors, however, with its reclining seats, ambient lighting and other creature comforts create a luxury ambience inside for sure.
The Mahindra Marazzo was launched in September last year and the MPV has gained good sales since then. At the time the Marazzo was launched, DC Design showcased the modified version of the Marazzo at the same time. It gets a subtle body kit on the outside which enhances its appearance while the interiors are ultra luxurious. The interiors are swatched in luxury and get features like automatic sliding and adjusting seats, white leather upholstery, wooden treatment on the dashboard and other panels along with LCD monitors for entertainment and full-size reclining chairs. It is among the most recent cars modified by DC and hence comes with the most modern features compared to other DC lounge equipped cars.
Toyota Innova Crysta
The Toyota Innova Crysta is among the oldest and best-selling MPVs of India. It is known for its spacious and comfortable interiors apart from its reliability and refined engine options. No doubt then it is used by several celebrities and politicians as well. The first generation Innova was also the first vehicle for which DC Design made a full-fledged lounge. The Innova Crysta in the video above also gets the same treatment from DC Design complete with swanky interior lightning, chiller, fully reclining seats and privacy partition among a lot more luxuries.
The Mahindra XUV500 here is the older generation model of the SUV. DC Design has worked its magic over the XUV 500 too as can be seen in the video above. The Mahindra XUV500 is a very popular vehicle in its segment and sells in big numbers. The full DC Lounge treatment for the XUV500 will set you back by a couple of lakhs but if you want superior luxury without paying too much, it is a good option for you. The one in the video above gets a brown interior theme with usual bits like reclining seats, ambient lighting, custom door pads and LCD screens among others.
The Renault Duster was among the more affordable models which get the luxury DC Lounge treatment. The exteriors of the car have also been modified tastefully. The front end gets the swapped LED DRLs and headlights design as seen on cars like the Tata Harrier and Hyundai Venue, though DC did that several years back. Coming to the interiors, they get full leather luxury treatment but since the Duster is not as spacious as the other big MPVs and SUVs here, the same on the inside is a bit less than the others. Nonetheless, compared to a regular Duster, this one is as good a it gets.