Ford has recently updated the Figo aspire sedan and the hatchback version will be following the suit in the coming months. What we bring you today however, is a custom widebody Figo which looks quite cool. While you may have seen many Swift and i20 mods, Figo is somewhat less touched by the modifiers. But guys at GFI motomods have done quite a good job with the car and made it a looker.
Called as the ‘Panther’ now, let’s see in detail what all has been done on the car. Talking about the exteriors first, the car gets customised front bumper with incorporated LED DRLs. The bumper sports a lip spoiler now and is quite wide and low to give the car a proper stance.
The front grille too has been revised and looks sporty now, sans the ford badge. The headlamps too get a strip of LED in them. Moving over to the sides, the car gets custom made wide fenders and side skirts. This makes the whole car look lower and wider. The Figo now rides on gorgeous low profile wheels with seven spoke rims.
Moving over to the rear, the rear bumper too is a custom wide unit which follows the overall design language of the car. There are side scoops on each side too which add a sporty touch to the vehicle. Then come the quad exhaust pipes, two on each side along with a rear splitter, both of which lend a distinct character to the car.The whole car has been done in a wide paint job with some colour accents here and there.
The Panther comes with a huge in-car entertainment system which is apparent from the picture above. Going by the sheer size of the equipment and speakers, we are quite sure this car can make any place a party area in no time. There have been no changes made to the engine whatsoever, with the whole modification only been done to the exteriors and then some.
It gets powered by the same 1.2 litre engine producing 87 Bhp of power and 112 Nm of torque. What are your thoughts about this modified ricer widebody Figo. As for us, we say its a looker and a definite head turner on the road.