The  Maruti Vitara Brezza was launched amid much fanfare on April-2016. Since its launch, the sales of this car quickly went on to become the Top Selling SUV in our country. But, despite its Zooming sales, this car is one which appeals more to the head than the heart.

This car in pictures is the one undergone a makeover by DC Design, known for its fantastic designs on cars, has transformed a stylish sibling of the Brezza. The body kit features a flashy, sculpted bumper, LED DRL’s and a large grille with mesh detailing reminiscent of DC’s other modified cars.

On the side profile, you’ll notice the matching side skirts and a faux air intake on the flank with chrome accents. Adding attraction to the rear profile is the modified bumper with false air intakes matching the ones at the front along with flashy chrome quad exhaust tips. The rear chrome embellishment has been replaced body-coloured ones with the DC badging.

The cabin of the DC badged Vitara Brezza is even more appealing. This car features a two-toned dashboard of yellow and black with leather seat and door cars, with contrast yellow stitchings. The glossy wooden inserts on the horn pad, the side AC vents and the door panels, looks unique for a car of its class.

Thankfully, the folks at DC have not touched its mechanicals, it continues to run on a 1.3L DDiS 4-cyl diesel engine making 90 PS and 200 Nm mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, however, you can remap the engine for more power at the custom tuning shop. There are reports that Maruti is planning to launch a petrol and automatic variants of Brezza.

The introduction of new variants will not only increase the sales further, but also lock-horns for the increasing competition from its upcoming rivals Tata Nexon, and of course, the facelifted Ford EcoSport, moreover, the news about the introduction of 1.0-litre Boosterjet petrol engine for the Vitara Brezza could make the battle more interesting.

 
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GALLERY: DC Design’s Maruti Vitara Brezza

          

          

          

          

          

 

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