Maruti Alto 800 is one the most basic looking cars present in the Indian market. People prefer it for its affordable use and easy maintenance. The small 4-passenger family car is quite sufficient for city use and occasional highway cruising. Find out below about Maruti Alto 800 modified into Black Devil.
Modifications to the exterior
Inshallah Motors, the creator of the modification started with the base variant of the Maruti Alto 800. No additional features/equipment are provided with the car. Starting with the front of the car the modification includes custom tow hook on the front grille, neon lights underside of the body, aftermarket front splitter, and blacked out Suzuki logo.
Additional modifications include LED strip lights, LED DRLs with the headlamps, and a slight modification to the ORVMs.
Exterior modifications on the side include similar sized alloy wheels with the custom paint job on brake callipers, a black film on the fuel lid opener and side skirts which add the much-needed sportiness to the car. Judging by the choice of equipment, the owner/modification head seems to be pretty heavily inspired by fast and furious/need for speed franchise.
Modifications to the rear of the car include modified LED taillamps, high mount roof stop lamp, dual-tip exhaust headers for looks, and rear splitter/skid plate. A variety of logos have also been added which according to me is a little letdown but is purely based on personal opinion.
Modifications to the interior
Interior modifications to the Alto 800 include full-floor custom matting and a touchscreen infotainment system. 4 channel JBL amplifier with Pioneer Original Speakers complete audio/video setup in the car. Red leather seats with custom red stitching and red accents on the dashboard add contrast to the interiors of the car. A centre armrest has also been installed for the front passenger.
The door panels have also been fitted with red/black leather inserts. The interior roof of the car has also been covered with black leather/mesh material cloth. The rear parcel tray with JBL cylinder take up all the boot space present at the rear of the car.
There is also black vinyl on the roof of the car which adds a dual-tone look to the modified machine. The overall look and feel of the car is quite interesting/attractive. The overall quality of work of the modification is also commendable.
More about Maruti Alto 800
There are total 6 variants excluding the CNG option to choose from in the Maruti Alto lineup. The base variant STD petrol costs Rs.2.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The Maruti Alto 800’s top variant VXI Plus costs Rs.3.94 lakh (ex-showroom). All the variants come with the same 796cc engine which produces 40.3bhp@6000rpm of maximum power and 60Nm@3500rpm of peak torque. The car is perfect for a small family and urban use and promises ARAI claimed fuel efficiency of about 22kmpl. Do you have Maruti Alto 800? What type of modifications do you need? Comment down below.
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