The Brio has been one of those Japanese hatchbacks that people loved to modify and we have seen many examples of the same in the past. Here we have one such Honda Brio that has been extensively modified by Bangalore based Mototrendz Bangalore.
This modified Brio is nothing like the one that we have seen so far. Extensive amount of work has gone into this hatchback and sure it does look unique. The car has been completely redesigned by MB designs. The whole kit installed on the car has been designed by MB Designs and is made from fiber glass material.
The front looks more aggressive with all chrome elements removed. The grille gets a black mesh instead of chrome grille and the air dam at the lower part of the bumper also gets similar treatment. The headlights have been custom made with projector type lamps, LED DRLs and turn indicators. The lower part of the bumper also get a front splitter or lip spoiler.
Three-wheel Maruti Suzuki 800: Shortest Maruti 800 that you will ever see [Video]
Maruti Suzuki 800 is a legendary car that was discontinued after decades in production. There are many well-kept, resto-modded or well-maintained Maruti Suzuki 800s across the country. However, this car here is most extremely modified 800 that you will ever see. The modification job has been done for fun and it is not road-legal.
This modification job is done by MAGNETO 11, who have done pretty crazy modifications in the past. The video shows the complete process of the modification too. The modder cuts the car into half first from the chassis itself and then modifies the rear to install a tyre of a motorcycle. This is the only three-wheel Maruti Suzuki 800 that you will see in India.
Fiat Uno ‘8 Wheeler’ is the craziest modification ever, & all 8 wheels actually spin
The modification is done in Russia by Garage54, who are known for their out-of-the-box jobs. This eight-wheel modification on the Uno is, however, mostly unpractical and apart from making the car look crazy on the roads, it does not do much.
After all, only two axles are still provided with conventional suspension, which means that every smallest bump causes extremely unsteady movements. The additional wheels in the middle rotate normally and can at least still have a certain sense & purpose "audition". However, the other axle above the two wheels is completely meaningless. By means of various struts, the wheels are properly secured, but the first test drive quickly shows that they also shovel tons of snow into the vehicle. Reason enough to build a corresponding panel and to give the Fiat a complete red paint finish. In combination with the white rims, the result is somehow "interesting". At least the little Italian gets a lot of attention on the road.
This modified Hyundai Elantra is the WILDEST one we’ve ever seen
The video does not list all the modifications that have been done to this car. However, we have done our best to list them here. Starting with the front of the car, the Elantra has been modified with an aftermarket body kit and the Hyundai logo has been replaced with a Batman moniker in the front. There is also an underbody spoiler. Moving to the side, the modification job on this Elantra becomes nothing less than crazy.
Wish we don't have such a cheap internet service in our country. This menace is getting higher and higher these days.
Why don't people invest their time, effort, money and most importantly the brain in something that is productive?
Did he even understand the amount of reaction force or moment created at the fork stem or the hinge points?
I wish for all the non-sense stunts like this their bike break into pieces and teach them a bitter lesson.