Maruti Ertiga is not the vehicle that would come to your mind when you think of a premium MPV. It is a value for money MPV which is popular among buyers from both private and commercial segment. There are a variety of aftermarket accessories available for Ertiga to make it look more sporty or premium. Some of them have been featured on our website in the past. Here we have a video of a 2022 model Maruti Ertiga with exterior modifications and interior customisation that makes it look more sporty.
The video has been shared by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. In this video, a regular Maruti Ertiga has been transformed into a Ertiga sports using an aftermarket body kit and other accessories. Starting with the exterior, the chrome grille at the front has been completely blacked out. The Suzuk logo however has been left untouched. The headlamp has been blacked out from inside and it gets custom crystal LED DRLs and projector LED lights. The LED DRLs can be controlled using a mobile application.
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As we come down, the black cladding around the fog lamp has been finished in gloss and the fog lamp itself is a projector LED unit. The lower part of the bumper gets a sporty looking aftermarket body kit. There are red and black accents with three LED lights in it. Coming to the side profile, the stock wheels on the car have been replaced with an aftermarket 16 inch unit. The alloy wheel has completely changed the look of the car and the it now gets a sporty character. The ORVMs have been finished in galaxy black finish and there are graphics on the lower part of the door. The door handles have been replaced and there is a roof rail installed as well.
The top half of the car has been wrapped in black for a dual-tone finish. As we move to the rear, the stock tail lamps on this Ertiga has been replaced with an aftermarket LED unit with matrix turn indicators. A LED bar that connects the tail lamps is also part of this kit. The center panel on the tail gate has been taken from an XL6 and the rear bumper gets the same sporty looking body kit like the front. There are LED reflector lamps on the car and the car gets a large roof mounted spoiler too.
Moving in, damping has been done on all four doors and the speakers have been upgraded for better audio quality. The car gets beige and cranberry red interiors that give it a premium look. The seat covers are custom made and they fit perfectly. The dashboard, door pads and the pillars have all been wrapped in leather. The roof liner is now black and there are sunglass holders too. The car gets an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system from Sony and there are ambient lights on the door and the dashboard. 7D floor mats have been installed in this car too. The car looks sporty on the outisde and premium on the inside.
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