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Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza petrol modified to look like a Range Rover

Maruti Suzuki launched the new Vitara Brezza earlier this year in the Indian market. Powered by a new 1.5-litre K-Series petrol engine, Maruti Suzuki also changed a few things in the vehicle visually too. The new Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza looks fresh and there are many who have started modifying their vehicles too. Here is one such person who has completely transformed his Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza with a list of aftermarket accessories and it looks much different and much more premium compared to the stock version of the car.

This white coloured Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza gets a slew of changes. At the front, it gets aftermarket headlamps with LED DRLs, which form a complete boundary of the headlamps. Also, the car gets aftermarket fog lamps that have dual modes. You can switch on the fog lamps to throw yellow light or can change the mode to make it throw white light. Yellow light is extremely helpful during low visibility conditions like fog or rain as it does not reflects back as much as the white light and shows the road ahead in a much better way.

On the side, this Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza gets aftermarket ORVM cover. The covers have 7 bullet LEDs stacked in a layered way that makes it look very premium and sophisticated. Also, the modification garage has added a black vinyl all through the car’s top to give it a dual-tone look and make it look like a Range Rover. That’s what the person explaining in the video says too.

At the rear, it gets new Galaxy aftermarket tail lamps. These lamps have four modes and are full LED. The lights are dynamic and will sweep or dance depending on the user input. There are no other changes on the outside but the cabin gets a lot of changes too.

The first thing that the video shows are the aftermarket steering wheel. According to the video, the outer ring on the steering wheel has been hydro dipped to give it a carbon fibre texture while the additional leather cover has been added too. It now feels much more premium than the stock. Since it is the stock steering, all the buttons and everything else continue to work as they do in a stock vehicle.

The modder has also added ambient lighting all around the cabin. The ambient light has a remote control that can be changed through a smartphone app. The door panels have been changed too and there is carbon fibre texture here too. It also gets aftermarket seat covers that get side bolsters. Since it is a V variant of the Maruti Suzuki Brezza, there is no central armrest, which has now been added. There is also Rockford Fosgate infotainment and speakers too. Also, aftermarket speakers have been added in the vehicle. There is no sub-woofer but the sound quality is quite good.

The price of the modification is not known. However, such a long list of modifications can cost more than Rs 1 lakh including the labour charges.