Maruti Ertiga is one of the most popular MPV in its segment. It is not the most feature loaded MPV but, it is considered as a value for money option. Maruti Ertiga is offered with both petrol and CNG fuel options and is popular among private and commercial segment buyers. The car has been in the market for a very long time and earlier this year, it received an update. If you are planning to make the cabin of the Ertiga look more premium or comfortable, variety of options are available in the market. Here we have one such Ertiga with customised interior and neatly modified exterior.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. Vlogger calls this modified Ertiga, V-Line Pro. Several exterior modifications have been done to the car. Starting with the front, the car gets smoked headlamp cluster and projector headlamps have been installed in it. There is a custom made LED DRL installed in the headlamp as well. The colour of the LED DRL can be controlled using a mobile application. The black claddings on the bumper have been finished in gloss black and the fog lamps are LED units too. The lower part of the bumper gets an aftermarket body kit. The body kit gets black accents to give it a sporty look. Except for the grille, all the other chrome garnishes on this Ertiga have been blacked out.
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Coming to the side profile, the stock rims have been replaced with 16 inch alloy wheels. This is the same unit that we saw in 2022 Maruti Brezza. There are V-Line graphics installd and the roof rails have been blacked out as well. As we move to the rear, the main attraction on the car is the all LED aftermarket tail lamps. The tail light is called infinity lights and is an imported unit from Indonesia. The panel between the tail light is from an XL6 and the lower part of the bumper gets with Indonesian body kit. An aftermarket spoiler has been installed on the roof as well.
Moving in, the car gets beige and Aqua blue dual-tone interiors. The car gets forged carbon plastic inserts on the door panels and dashboard. The forged carbon kit along with leather padding on the doors give it a premium look. The steering wheel is now partially wrapped in leather and the seats now get custom made seat covers. The fit and finish of the seat cover looks good and the armrest have been wrapped in leather material. There is an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system installed in the car. The screen shows feed from the 360 degree camera as well. There are ambient lights installed on the door and dashboard as well. The upper part of the dashboard gets a blacked out treatment and rest of the cabin is finished in beige and Aqua blue. With all these changes in place, the cabin of the Ertiga looks a lot more premium than stock version of Ertiga.
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