The Maruti Suzuki Brezza has consistently been one of the best-selling models in the sub-compact SUV category. Over the years, many people have modified this SUV, and there were a variety of modifications available for the previous generation of the model. Slowly, the newest model has also started receiving some great modifications. However, the owner of this particular newer-gen Brezza wanted to do something extremely unique, so he went with an all-custom route and created the country’s first Brezza that aims to look like the popular British luxury carmaker, Range Rover’s entry-level model, the Evoque.
The video of the modification of this Brezza into a Range Rover Evoque has been shared on YouTube by Modified Club on their channel. The video starts with the presenter introducing the owner and his unique creation. The presenter then shows the front of the car and mentions that the owner had this custom grille made to look like the one that comes in a Range Rover Evoque.
He then states that the owner had also added LED DRLs to the headlights and on top, he added the Range Rover lettering on the front as well. Moving a little further below, he added that LED lights have also been added in place of the fog lamps, along with the lower part of the bumper painted to match the white color of the body.
Moving on, the presenter then shows the SUV from the side. The first thing he mentions is that the stock 16-inch wheels have been replaced by custom 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels. He adds that the tires have been used from a Chinese brand, but they still look and feel good. He then asks the owner about the driving dynamics of this new wheel and tire setup, to which he replies that the ride is quite smooth and very similar to stock. Also see: Most Value For Money Variant of the Maruti Brezza here!
The presenter then adds that the side black claddings have also been painted to match the body color. Additionally, a black stripe in the bottom has been added to look like the Range Rover, along with a silver U element that is usually seen in top-of-the-line Range Rover Vogue models.
The presenter also states that the top half of the car has been wrapped in high-gloss black to further enhance the Range Rover-like styling. Moving on, he then shows the car from the rear and mentions that, in the rear as well, the lower portion of the bumper has been painted in white. He also shows the Range Rover lettering in the rear as well. The owner has also changed all the Brezza and Suzuki logos to Range Rover Evoque to round off the look. Moving on, he then shows the interior of the car, which has also been reupholstered in tan leather to look different from the stock car. The owner adds that a CNG kit has also been added to the car. He mentions that the total cost of modifying this car has come to around Rs 2 lakh.