At an additional cost of Rs. 80,000, Tata Nano owners can possess ‘Hot Nano’ re-designed exclusively at DC Designs Private Limited owned by renowned car designer Dilip Chhabria. He has designed some of the costliest cars in the country and is now planning to lend his magic spell to world’s cheapest car to turn it into Cinderella.
Dilip Chhabria design studio will be redesigning 200 Nanos once the car is delivered to their respective owners from the showrooms. It has tied up with Carnation Auto India Limited owned by ex-MD of Maruti Suzuki, Jagdish Khattar. “We call it Hot Nano,” Chhabria told the press during a visit to Ahmedabad. “We will finalise a brand name for the redesigned vehicle,” he said. Although he refused to divulge the exact figures but he indicated that there is long list of customers who are waiting to have their Nanos redesigned. The first re-designed vehicle is expected to be launched in December 2009.
Dilip Chhabaria has already designed cars for various celebrities in India including Amitabh Bacchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Geet Sethi, Sanjay Dutt and more. He has designed more than 2000 cars in India including limousines and various luxury sports car models.
An interesting article from IAB. DC Claims his Modified Innova to even rival with Phantom in terms of Luxury!
The terms Toyota Innova, Rolls Royce Phantom and 1st class jet liner can come together to form a sentence only if our local international designer DC wants them to.
DC’s Toyota Innov8 using a Toyota Innova as donor car, has attracted wide interest thanks to much needed support and publicity from Khattar’s Carnation Auto where it is sold. The pimped out version of the Innova serves you with a little more coziness than a Rolls Royce Phantom, a seat on the first class deck of an international airline combined together. You get to travel either to another country for business or the next street for a smoke (every time) in your uber-luxurious mobile for a one-time investment of about 8 lakh rupees (excluding donor car).
Hey they missed out the unbeatable “manual roll down window” feature from the list. Not fai