Style, fashion, even trends are very subjective matters. The choice depends upon your taste, personality, beliefs and other such aspects. Car manufacturers employ experienced designers to find a balance between good looks and cost effectiveness. However, for those who yearn to style their cars in a distinctive fashion, there are designers and tuners like DC Design. The name is very famous in our country and especially rose to popularity after the Bollywood film that featured a DC Design car that drove on its own. While the head designer Dilip Chhabria does not claim of being capable of giving your car a mind of its own, he can transform it into a head-turner. Check out some of the main stream cars that have had a DC treatment inside-out.
Toyota Fortuner: The Fortuner perhaps allows a lot of room to play with on the inside and out, owing to its sheer size. DC Design transformed its exterior into a more stealthy and premium SUV, with smaller headlamps and hexagonal grille. On the inside too, it sports a new layout with several comfort and convenience features.
Ford EcoSport: While the EcoSport is much appreciated for it SUV like styling, especially with the rear mounted spare wheel, DC Design's customisation has reinforced its SUV appeal with a larger grille and repositioning of the headlamps.
Toyota Innova: Not just cosmetic upgrades on the outside, but DC Design also is known for transforming the interior into lounge like seating area, and the Innova was given such a treatment. On the outside DC added plastic cladding around the body and large split air dams on the lower bumper that make it appear more butch. The interior has wood that gives a touch of premium appeal and there are a bunch of other tech goodies.
Renault Duster: There seems to be some similarity in the styling philosophy used for the EcoSport, Fortuner and the Duster, on which the headlamps have been repositioned at the bumper and the grille has been replaced with a sleeker one. The all black matte paint job and LEDs add to sturdy appeal.
Mahindra Thar: The Thar is popular for its ruggedness and ability to off-road. And DC Design's customisation makes to look a lot more premium and distinct with the long bonnet, round headlamps and fat tyres. In fact, it won't be surprising if for a split second one thought this was a Jeep. Although, you can figure out what it really is but a Jeep may be where the inspiration comes from.
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