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Maruti 800 that looks like Lamborghini


Team Udayavani, Apr 13, 2021, 12:38 PM IST

Source: YouTube

Maruti Suzuki India Limited, being one of the most trusted car manufacturers, is also one of the most trusted car names in India. While there are very fine examples of Maruti 800 that are well maintained and are still running to date.

Have a look at Maruti 800 that has been transformed to look like a Lamborghini.

A YouTube channel named MAGNETO 11 uploaded a video of Maruti 800 transformed to look like Lamborghini on their channel. The channel is well known for its modifications of Maruti 800 and gives it a sporty and distinctive look.

The vehicle looks like a convertible as the roof has been chopped off and the video shows the process of modifying the Maruti 800.

First, the modifiers chop off the roof and pillars, next the whole exterior of the vehicle is fabricated to look like Lamborghini.

A Lamborghini Gallardo-inspired look can be seen at the rear.

The exhausts are repositioned to end in the middle of the rear section, where there are two exhausts and a rear diffuser just beneath it.

The boot has been modified to look like the engine bay of the Lamborghinis and there’s a piece that mimics the engine bay to access the boot space of the vehicle.

Later the front of the vehicle is worked upon, metal sheets are welded onto the bonnet to modify it and look more sporty. The modified bumper fits in the same place where the stock bumper sits, this has been done in order to make sure that the mechanics can work on the engine in case the vehicle requires any part change or service.

The modified uses a projector setup that comes with an LED Daytime Running Light around the headlights. The modified wheel arches are now wider than before.

To make sure the vehicle doesn’t rust easily, the vehicle is painted with red oxide, and the rest of the painting process like primer and base coat is done, followed by finishing in Lime Yellow color which pops out in sunlight.

The interior is the same as the original Maruti 800, only the color scheme and upholstery has been changed. The dashboard is white and black, the seats are finished in tan brown color. The rear seats are removed to make it a two-seater vehicle. The door pads have been wrapped in fabric. The cost of modifying the car was Rs.1.25 lakhs and took about one month to modify it.

Disclaimer: Vehicle modifications in India are illegal. 

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