A modified Maruti Swift Dzire has been making waves online, thanks to its uncanny resemblance to the Tata Safari Storme. The car, which is based on the first-generation Swift Dzire, has been extensively modified to give it the look of the larger SUV.
The most notable changes include the front bumper, which has been replaced with a custom unit that features the Safari Storme's headlights and grille. The car also has a new bonnet, fender flares, and a tailgate-mounted spare wheel. The overall effect is quite convincing, and it's hard to tell that the car is actually a Swift Dzire at first glance.
The modifications don't stop with the exterior. The interior has also been given a makeover, with new seats, a steering wheel, and a dashboard. The car also has a new audio system and a sunroof.
The modified Swift Dzire is the work of a team of enthusiasts in India. They say that they were inspired to create the car after seeing the popularity of the Safari Storme. They wanted to create a car that offered the same ruggedness and off-road capability as the Safari Storme but at a more affordable price.
Here are some of the key modifications that have been made to the car:
- The front bumper has been replaced with a custom unit that features the Safari Storme's headlights and grille.
- New bonnet, fender flares, and tailgate-mounted spare wheel.
- New seats, steering wheel, and dashboard.
- New audio system and sunroof.
The legality of the modified car is questionable. The modifications made to the car may not be approved by the concerned authorities at ARAI. This means that the car may not be road legal. It is also possible that the car may not be insured.
The modified Swift Dzire is a unique car, and it is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. It is not clear if the car is street-legal, but it is sure to be a conversation starter.