DC Design Maruti Vitara Brezza: Images & Details

One of India’s most prominent car customization outfits – DC Design – recently came up with a custom kit for the country’s best-selling compact SUV, the Maruti Vitara Brezza. We now have a bunch of new images showing the Dc Vitara Brezza in multiple angles.

DC Design Maruti Vitara Brezza: Images & Details

And as the images reveal, DC Design’s Brezza gets customized inside out. On the outside, the front end gets a new grille and bumper. At the sides, a body kit makes the Brezza sit lower. There are also faux Land Rover-esque air vents just above both the front wheel arches.  With these changes, the compact SUV looks more like a butch hatchback.

Stock alloy wheels have been retained though. At the rear, a reprofiled bumper and quad exhaust tips are the two changes. Moving on to the insides, DC has done up this SUV with a dual-tone black and yellow paint job. The yellow paint scheme on the inside closely matches that on the outside.

Plenty of wood trim has been added to the dashboard and the door inserts to make the customized Brezza feel more opulent. The seats have been re-cushioned and are now finished in black leather with contrast yellow stitching. However, the stock seating layout isn’t tampered with.

DC Design Maruti Vitara Brezza: Images & Details

As is with the case with most DC Design custom jobs, the engine remains untouched. The Brezza is powered by a 1.3 liter Fiat Multijet turbo diesel engine that makes 90 Bhp-200 Nm. A five speed manual gearbox drives the front wheels. For those who seek more power and torque at the expense of factory warranty, plenty of tuning boxes and remaps are available for this hugely popular diesel engine. If you want to keep factory warranty intact, you may opt for the various personalization options that is available for the Brezza at Maruti dealerships across the country.

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