Maruti Suzuki is India’s largest car manufacturer and they currently have wide variety of vehicles in their portfolio. In 2012, Maruti launched Ertiga MPV in the market which created a new segment in itself. It was marketed as LUV or Life Utility Vehicle and quickly became popular choice among buyers. In 2018, Maruti launched next-generation Ertiga in the market which looked a lot more premium than the regular version and is now used for both private and commercial use. Several modifications and accessories are now available for Ertiga in the market and we have seen some examples of the same in the market. Here we have a video that shows an Ertiga MPV with camouflage design interiors with carbon fiber patterns in it.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their youtube channel. The vlogger has shown several modified cars that he has done at his shop in the past. This is one of his latest projects and it definitely looks good. The main highlight of this project are its interiors, VIG Auto has installed a very unique looking panel on dashboard and door panels. The Ertiga used to get faux wooden insert panels on the door and dashboard. They replaced those panels with a new one which have camouflage design with carbon fiber like patterns in it.
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Other modification on the interior include an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment screen which even shows feed from the HD reverse parking camera. The car even gets all-new walnut coloured ultra soft seat covers. The whole cabin gets ambient lighting which can be controlled using a mobile application. Along with the door panels and dashboard, the steering wheel also gets this Camo Carbon finish. This is actually a very unique treatment that we have seen in a car. Normally we see camouflage or carbo fiber finish. This is a mix of both. There are illuminated scuff plates with Ertiga branding on them. Light weight floor mats have also been installed in this Ertiga.
Coming outside, the headlights remain the same but, they now come with a tube type LED DRL which also acts as a turn indicator. Coming down, the fog lamp is now a projector LED unit. There is a body coloured bumper protector has been installed at the front with chrome inserts around the fog lamp area. Coming to the side profile, the Ertiga gets rain visors and chrome garnish on the lower window line. The door also gets beading with chrome garnish in it. As per Customer’s request, they have also installed a Go Far carrier on the roof.
Moving to the rear, there is a roof mounted spoiler with high mounted stop lamp in it. A small amount of chrome garnish can also be seen at the rear. The rear also gets a faux diffuser with LED reflector lamps integrated in it. The reverse parking camerta is seen under the boot opener and the rear diffuser has not affected the stock parking sensors on the bumper. Overall fit and finish of the accessories on this Ertiga look pretty good and the work done looks neat too.
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