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Tata Harrier interiors modified – Gets bold White and Blue finish

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The owner of this particular modified Tata Harrier, however, thought there is room for improvement and personalization. The premium mid-size crossover has been given a completely overhauled interior trim. The default black and brown colour theme has been replaced by a much bolder white and blue combination.

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It has to be said that the modification done by Noida-based Roadster Guru has been very well executed. The faux wooden trim on the dashboard has been replaced with glossy blue accent while the lower half receives white finish. The steering boss, door panels and the diamond quilted leather seats are also swathed in white. We particularly like the black leather trim around the interior door handle with blue contrast stitching. As far as interior equipment is concerned, the modified Tata Harrier has been left untouched. The changes are purely cosmetic.

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On the outside, the SUV gets a custom white chin on the front bumper and a rather tacky looking white diffuser with fake exhaust tips at the rear. Anyway, this particular Harrier does look unique.

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Modified Tata Nexon - Tata Nexon with Tesla-style touchscreen looks impressive

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This Tata Nexon has a lot of modifications but let’s start with the new Tesla-like infotainment screen. This is an Android OS-based tablet that acts an infotainment system. It is touchscreen but can be controlled through the physical buttons positioned on the side. It fixes perfectly on the dashboard and it retains the floating-type set-up. This is an 8.0-inch screen and supports Mirror Screen too.


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This modified Maruti Swift petrol hatchback looks gorgeous

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Pictures of this beautifully modified Swift has been shared by staytunedindia on their Instagram page. The main modification or changes that one would instantly notice on this car is that most of the chrome elements that are there in the stock version have either been removed or have been blacked out. The car is white in colour and the contrasting black roof and other blacked out elements along with a smoked headlamp give it a more aggressive and sporty stance.

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The lower part of the bumper gets a black insert below the fog lamps. Coming to the side profile, we notice that the car is sitting lower than it used to before. That is because it now uses custom lowering springs and the wheels are also replaced with aftermarket alloy wheels with low profile tyres wrapped around it. No other major modifications are done to the car on the side profile and looks very neat from here.
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Maruti Ertiga MPV with modified interior looks beautiful [video]


The video has been uploaded by Rohit Mehta Sai Auto Accessories on their Youtube channel. The video starts by showing the exterior where a couple of modifications are done. The headlamp now gets a DRL set up inside the headlamp cluster. Similarly the fog lamps are also LED and a boomerang shaped LED strip is placed around it as well. The front and the rear bumper are also aftermarket units which give it a sporty look.

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Modified Renault Kwid With Large Sunroof And Chunky Wheels Looks Great

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The Renault Kwid in the discussion here is from a Renault dealership in Bassonia – a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. Pictures of a fully customised Renault Kwid have been uploaded on a Renault Kwid Facebook fan page, and we can’t help but notice how appealing the car looks.

The Kwid has been finished in a matte blue paint scheme, along with contrasting black elements including black treatment on the front grille, Renault logos, wing mirrors and roof & pillars. The car gets aftermarket alloy wheels with bigger tyres than the stock ones. However, the biggest highlight of this Kwid is its large folding fabric sunroof. The aftermarket sunroof gets a wind deflector as well. One could point out that the mods would substantially affect the dynamics and structural rigidity of the car.

Among other modifications, it sports larger five-spoke alloy wheels, low-profile tyres, custom satin blue wrap, a Rockford Fosgate audio system which takes up a considerable amount of boot space done by Creative Rides. While the audio system wasn’t tested in the video, we’re pretty sure it sounds much better than the stock setup. The modifications have been rendered on a pre-facelift model and the Kwid actually pulls it off quite nicely. The video below might showcase the customisation better.


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India’s best MODIFIED Fiat Punto Abarth

The images of this beautifully modified Punto Abarth has been shared by Vishnu Prasad on Instagram who is also the owner of the car. Unlike many other Abarth’s that we have seen in the past, owner of this car has removed all the Abarth stickers that were there on the side of the car. It now looks like a regular Punto except for the front and rear badging.

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360 camera is among the biggest jokes IMO. With these new added features, people are only losing some basic skills. Recently while traveling with a friend in his Ecosport, I realized that how helpless he was feeling without the reversing camera. This is all when, we are still habitual of reversing even in very tight confines (just say 4 inch wider than the car with ORVMs open) only and solely using the ORVMs itself.

Similarly, the 360 camera shows a good coverage, but the way it shows the area around, especially the type of 3D drawing a few try to make, confuses me more than having one.

That said, one particular thing that I will also try in my cars though is a single ORVM mounted camera, showing where the front left tyre is going. I saw this in one of the Bharatbenz Trucks of a Himanchal guy, and I kind of liked the whole concept. His truck travels from Kinnaur to various places with narrow roads, and the driver had to say that this is has vastly enhanced his safety and comfort.
 
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