Here is a video that shows more about the car and what modifications have been done to the car. The tail-lamps are from the first generation Mahindra Scorpio, while the headlamps appear to be from a Maruti Gypsy.
It is quite possible that this modified Maruti Alto 800cc has the stock 0.8-litre inline-3-cylinder motor. Also Read: Suzuki Launches New Alto 660cc in Pakistan. The whole car is given a blue paint job and the dashboard gets a white tone with body coloured panels at places. There are still many examples of Maruti 800 on the Indian roads and some of them are the crazy modified version of the hatchback. Love cheap thrills? A large fake exhaust would have looked better though, and it would’ve gone with the overall redesign as well. Some of them have even modified the 800 to make it look more modern, with a retro boxy design. All the badges (the Suzuki logo and trim badge) have been removed from the rear, and a small sticker has been added instead. Also Read: How to buy the perfect second-hand Maruti Alto. The video shows how a regular garage tries to modify a Maruti 800 to make it look like Suzuki Jimny. The lack of a rear hatch-mounted spoiler is also sad. The cost of the modification stands at Rs 6 lakh. Interestingly, the tail-pipe has been hidden, which makes the rear looks very clean. The changes made under the hood are a mystery. The front gets an American retro-muscle pick-up look, although in miniature form, while the rear has Suzuki embossed into the tailgate in typical pick-up truck styling.
Community See All. It features a large fake air-dam, LED fog-lamps in a boomerang-shaped housing. Maruti Suzuki showcased the latest generation Jimny this year at the Auto Expo. The seats are replaced and it now gets side facing seats for rear passengers. The car in the video started its life as a regular Maruti 800.
It is quite possible that this modified Maruti Alto 800cc has the stock 0.8-litre inline-3-cylinder motor. With the well-kept examples, many owners of the Maruti Suzuki 800 have tastefully modified them. The front grille and headlight design did remind us of older generation Jimny. The Maruti 800 lived a long and iconic life in India. The wheels fill out the arches nicely, without the ugly gap spoiling the stance of the car. The plan got delayed due to the ongoing pandemic situation and once they start the production, Maruti might launch a 5-door version of Jimny here in India in next couple of years. The car in the video started its life as a regular Maruti 800. Maruti 800 is equipped with technology driven features to give you pleasurable and hassle free driving experience. It has been in the country for quite some time and Maruti has sold this in huge numbers.
Thankfully, the car doesn’t look under-tyred. This Modified Maruti Alto 800cc is sure to interest you with its menacing and sporty look.
In fact, you can count the changes on your fingers. The modification started off by chopping the roof of the hatchback. Would you like to receive notifications with latest news and car deals from IndianAuto? The max power and peak torque output is rated at 48 PS and 69 Nm respectively. Maruti 800 - Srinagar, Jammu And Kashmir - Petrol - 2006 - 30,000 kms. The modification started off by chopping the roof of the hatchback.
The Alto is known for its brilliant fuel-economy, which the company claims is close to 24 km per litre. The front bumper of the car was also removed along with rear bumper, tail lights and headlights. Even though the wheels look very pretty by themselves, they do not go well with the rest of the car. The wheel arches have also been redesigned to accommodate bigger tyres. 2.88 - 4.09 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The regular tyres have been replaced with chunkier looking tyres on steel wheels. The video shows how a regular garage tries to modify a Maruti 800 to make it look like Suzuki Jimny. Cars .
The ORVMs are new and the gate is now made from a metal frame.
At the rear, the biggest, most-noticeable change is the blacked out taillight. The heavily altered ladder platform now holds the shell of the 800.
The engine was capable of pushing out a peak power output of mere 37 horses with two … The front bumper of the modified version was all fabricated at the … This modified Maruti 800 now sits lower to the ground with reduced ride height. The Maruti 800 has been modified into a two-door pick-up truck with a flat load bay. Modified Maruti Alto in a black wrap looks mean [Video] By Ajeesh Kuttan . 14,278 people like this. Posted on the Facebook page ‘KL 05 Vandibhranthanmar’, this modified Maruti Alto 800cc looks extremely eye-catchy. 2.88 - 4.09 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The front bumper of the car was also removed along with rear bumper, tail lights and headlights. Quite understandably, the Alto isn’t a very exciting car; it’s a bare bones commuter car. The manufacturer had put a stop on the production of Maruti 800 back in 2014 and the famous family hatchback was replaced with Alto 800. The chassis of the Gypsy has been altered to fit the body of the 800.
Even the sidewall is slanting inwards, which looks odd.
Maruti Suzuki had begun a phase-out of Maruti 800 beginning in April 2010. Also Read: Maruti Alto 800 Customized For INR 3.5 Lakh, Can Hit 200 Kmph. The “Wheels protruding out of the wheel-arches” look is quite common among tuners and custom car owners, both in India and globally, but personally, we’d rather have larger wheels that stay within the body width. Maruti 800 first-generation modified: features projector headlamps, MPFI system, and bigger wheels. No changes are made to the engine of the car.
This Maruti Suzuki 800 is based on the Maruti Suzuki Gypsy platform. It has gone through extreme transformations and looks nothing less than a monster truck! The first front-wheel-drive car in the Indian market was discontinued in 2014 after the car was launched in the 1980s. The side profile of the modified car reveals more about the car. After that, there is the fake air-diffuser underneath. The Alto is known for its brilliant fuel-economy, which the company claims is close to 24 km per litre. Let’s go through these changes and modifications individually, starting from the front. The 800 was sold with a 796cc 3-pot petrol motor, naturally-aspirated of course. Address: First floor, 418 & 419, Phase IV, Udyog Vihar, Sector 18, Gurugram, Haryana 122015, India, Hotline: +91 8076387444 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Nonetheless, the car looks quite menacing and has a better stance than the stock car.
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