The Vitara Brezza has gone on to become India’s much loved SUV, selling close to 10,000 units every month. The company is not even able to meet demands, with waiting periods going above a few months. While the Brezza is quite trendy and good to look at on its own, some owners have gone a step further to enhance the looks of the vehicle. Here are 5 such Brezzas.
DC is a brand that does not need any introduction. The dealer in Chennai has come up with their iteration of the Brezza, giving it a bold look. Changes are mainly to the looks of the vehicle. Up front, there is an all-new grille which lacks any logo, a new bumper with larger air vents and LED indicators (the Brezza has the indicators in the bumper).
On the side, the car gets new air vent on the fender, taking inspiration from the Land Rover brand. At the back, the chrome elements have been painted in body colour and it has a huge new rear bumper with air vents as well. Changes have been done to the inside too, which include new upholstery and new colour scheme. DC has also added wood trims to the panel.
This is a unique Brezza. While most of the people opt to go for large and stylish alloys, this owner has opted to go old school, opting for 16″ steel rims with an orange lip.
Other mods include all chrome elements being blacked out, blacked out tail lamp cluster, a new roof rack for added practicality and a new rear diffuser with dual exhaust tips on either side.
A dealer, based down south (Bengaluru and Hyderabad) has come up with his iteration of what a modified Brezza should look like. The mods are based on the mid level VDi trim. The car now gets blacked out chrome elements up front, smoked headlamps, Brezza lettering on the bonnet, smoked tail lamp cluster a painted black roof (only the ZDI+ gets that as an option), new side skirting, new rear spoiler finished in black, iCreate leather seats on the inside, an aftermarket touch screen system and custom interior trim panels.
This was the first Vitara Brezza that under went a make over. The car now has a redesigned grille, giving it a more sportier and a more aggressive look. The owner has also added Vitara lettering to the bonnet, taking inspiration from the Land Rover brand. On the side, the owner has added fender flares that have been bolted on and new side skirting, which is more rugged. The car now sits on after market Vossen rims, which look very trendy. While the mods are not substantial, they certainly make the car look a lot more attractive.
Here is another example of a classy Brezza mod. The car now gets a new grille, giving it a more aggressive look. It now lacks the Suzuki logo up front though. The rims are now 5-spoke aftermarket ones that add a lot to the visual appeal and help uplift it. The tail lamp cluster has been blacked out and now has white highlight on it as well.