India’s wildest modified Honda Brio: This is IT!

Honda has always had a variety of cars on sale in the Indian market. One such car that Honda used to sell here was Brio hatchback. The Brio has been one of those Japanese hatchbacks that people loved to modify and we have seen many examples of the same in the past. Here we have one such Honda Brio that has been extensively modified by Bangalore based Mototrendz Bangalore.

This modified Brio is nothing like the one that we have seen so far. Extensive amount of work has gone into this hatchback and sure it does look unique. The car has been completely redesigned by MB designs. The whole kit installed on the car has been designed by MB Designs and is made from fiber glass material.

The front looks more aggressive with all chrome elements removed. The grille gets a black mesh instead of chrome grille and the air dam at the lower part of the bumper also gets similar treatment. The headlights have been custom made with projector type lamps, LED DRLs and turn indicators. The lower part of the bumper also get a front splitter or lip spoiler.

The custom made body kits includes, front and rear bumpers, side skirts and a spoiler at the rear. The whole car gets Avery Dennison Chameleon wrap with JDM livery that gives it a sporty look. The car also gets a set of wide aftermarket 15 inch alloy wheels with Yokohama rubber wrapped around it.  At the rear, the car get the same old tail light but the internal have been switched with LED lights for better looks.

On the inside, MB Designs have blacked out every bit of the interior and also also placed 9 inch Android stereo system with Polk audio components and speakers. 4 channel pioneer amplifier with a Cerwin Vega monoblock amp for the sub-woofer is also installed in the car. The custom house has also installed precision gauges on dashboard that shows information like rpm , water temperature , oil temperature and voltage etc.

Under the hood, this Brio gets a RaceDynamic Powertronic installed along with K&N air intake, Exedy clutch and lightweight flywheel. It is also the Brio in the country to get a custom valvetronic full stainless steel exhaust. With all these modifications the power figures have gone up and the car now produces around 98 Bhp. The brakes in the car are also updated and now Brembo units for better stopping power. The whole car has been neatly designed and the final result looks quite unique as mentioned above. The total cost of modifying this vehicle is approximately 5 lakh which seems quite justified looking at the work