Brand new Maruti 800 with modifications worth Rs 80,000 looks good
Alto 800 is the entry-level model from India’s largest automaker Maruti Suzuki. The automaker offers a variety of models in its Indian lineup, but Alto is one of the best-selling cars in its portfolio. Maruti Alto 800 is a sedan that meets the needs of small Indian families. It cannot be called a car that is full of features, but it offers the necessary features to satisfy the customer. For those who want more functionality, there is a range of aftermarket attachments available across India. Here we have one such video where a brand new Maruti Alto 800 sedan receives modifications worth Rs 80,000.
The video was uploaded by Inshallah Motors on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger shows what the car looked like when it arrived at the workshop. He then shows the work that has been done on this small sedan. The owner had a budget of Rs 80,000-Rs 90,000 and the works were done accordingly. Starting from the front, the headlights and bumpers were deleted. The grille was also removed for modifications.
This is a lower specification variant and it comes with a business-grade music system. As for the side profile, there were original steel rims which have also been removed. The seats of this Alto 800 have been removed and the floor has been completely laminated. The car’s cloth seats were removed and wrapped in custom red leatherette upholstery and rear. The AC air vents get red accents for a sporty look and with it, the company-equipped music system has been replaced with a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system. A set of ambient lights have been installed in this car and 5D floor mats can also be seen.
As for the car’s exterior, the Alto 800’s halogen headlights have been replaced with an aftermarket projector with multi-color ring-type LED DRLs. The matte black stripe on the front grille has been wrapped in a hypershift wrap with the Transformers logo in the center (replacing the Suzuki logo). The bumper of this Maruti 800 has also been slightly customized and it now receives red and blue accents for a sporty appeal. The new set of splitters installed under the front bumper adds to the look.
As we move on to the side profile, the steel rims have been replaced with a two-tone 13-inch alloy wheel. The stock turn indicator on the fender has been replaced with an aftermarket unit that doubles as a DRL when not engaged. A fake bumper clip was also installed in the car. The roof of the car has been wrapped in black and a side skirt is also installed in this car. At the rear there are aftermarket LED taillights with a Mini Cooper design like Union Jack. A thin strip of LED light is installed in the spoiler, and the bumper also receives a set of reflector lamps. A diffuser is also installed on the rear bumper which comes with fake quad exhaust tips.