Maruti Ertiga is not the most premium looking MUV in the Indian market. However, it is a car that has a lot of potential for change. There are several aftermarket accessories available that completely transform the overall look of the car. We’ve featured several nicely modified Maruti Ertiga on our website in the past. Most of the time the exterior of the Ertiga is modified to look sporty and the cabin gets a premium approach. Here we have a video like this, where a simple looking Maruti Ertiga has been converted to a V-Line version and comes with a premium looking customized cabin.
The video was uploaded by VIG Auto Accessories to their YouTube channel. In this video, Vlogger shows all the changes made to the car. Starting from the front, the car gets a glossy black front grille with red accents. The headlamps remain the same but are now smoked and come with dual projector headlights with Bugatti style LED DRL. The color of the LED lights around the projector headlamp can be controlled using the mobile application. The bumper’s black cladding is finished in glossy black and the Indonesian body kit is installed with red and black accents.
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Coming to the side profile, the car is finished in white and black dual-tone which gives it a sporty look. The door has V-line graphics and a side skirting. Another notable change in this Maruti Ertiga is the wheel. The steel rims have been replaced by lenso with aftermarket performance alloy wheels. Alloy wheels are playing an important role in enhancing the overall appearance of the vehicle. The door handle has also turned black. As we head back, there’s a gorgeous black aftermarket spoiler on the roof. The tail gate panel is borrowed from an XL6 and has a red satin insert at the bottom. At the bottom of the bumper is a body kit and a set of reflective LED lamps.
On the move, the cabin is finished in cranberry red, black and beige. Starting with the door, there are plastic trims finished in red and black dual-tone. The door pads are wrapped in leather and the rest of the panel is left in beige shade. Stock fabric seat covers are replaced with custom made red and black dual tone leather seat covers. The fit and finish of the cover looks brilliant. The steering wheel has been customized and so has the dashboard. The dashboard and pillars have leather wrappers. Dual tone treatment for plastic panels on the dashboard can also be seen here. Other changes like Armrest, Aftermarket Touchscreen Infotainment System, Ambient Lights are also installed. The touchscreen infotainment system also shows feeds from the reverse parking camera. Overall, the fit and finish of the work done on this Maruti Ertiga looks neat and it definitely looks sporty on the outside and premium on the inside.
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