Maruti Suzuki is currently working on an updated Ertiga MPV facelift for the Indian market. The current generation Ertiga has not received any updates since its launch in the market. The Maruti Ertiga is considered a value for money in the segment because it offers plenty of space and decent features. Although it is not the most premium looking MPV in the segment. There are several aftermarket accessories for Ertiga in the market and we have listed some of them on our website. Here we have a video where a regular Maruti Ertiga has been changed to look sporty.
The video was uploaded by VIG Auto Accessories to their YouTube channel. In this video, Vlogger shows a modified Maruti Ertiga MPV in Magma Gray color Like other modified Ertiga in the past, this modified example is also called V-Line version. Starting from the front, the chrome studded grille on the Ertiga has been replaced with a gloss black unit with a red accent. The headlamps are smoked and now come with projector headlamps with ring type LED DRL. The color of the DRL can be controlled using a mobile phone application.
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The bumper’s black claddings are finished in gloss black and the underside of the bumper has got an Indonesian body kit. It adds to the sporty look of the car. Coming to the side profile, the Lenso has 16-inch aftermarket alloy wheels. Pillars, roofs and ORVMs have been blacked out for a dual-tone finish. V-line graphics have been installed at the bottom of the door. A side skirt of the body kit has also been installed. On the back, the Ertiga XL6 gets a tail lamp. The panel inside the tail lamp has been replaced with a unit from XL6.
The chrome garnish in the number plate area is wrapped in red. A roof-mounted spoiler, reflective LED lamp and Indonesian body kit enhance the overall look of the car. Upon entering, Ertiga finds a cranberry red and beige interior with black inserts. The plastic trim of the door is finished in red and black dual-tone. The door pads are wrapped in red leather and the four doors have lighted scaffolding plates installed. Ertigar fabric seat covers have been removed and replaced with custom-made cranberry red leather covers with white piping.
A red and black dual tone floor mat has also been installed. The steering wheel is also finished in dual tone color. The top of the dashboard is also wrapped in leather. Similarly all the pillars are covered with leather from the inside. The car also gets an ambient light, aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system that shows feeds from a reverse parking camera. Like the DRL, the color of the ambient light can be controlled. The speakers have also been upgraded to this Maruti Ertiga.
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