DC Design develops a custom interior package for the Nissan Evalia

Posted on: Oct 31, 2013 - 12:42pm IST

DC Design have announced the launch of the ‘Nissan Evalia Lounge package’ at a price of 3.95 lakh rupees.

The price is exclusive of the base car and reorganizes the cabin with four large captain chairs. The only noticeable exterior change is the all-black grille. Usually, custom cars from DC have their badges removed, but on this vehicle, they still read Nissan.

DC Design Nissan Evalia front
The only external change revealed by DC Design is the all-black grille.

The interior is however completely transformed into a very luxurious place, as seen from these images. The Evalia’s ‘Greige’ dashboard is repainted with a dual tone wine red and cream scheme. The center console gets a granite-like finish and the steering wheel is finished in a dual tone black-cream color. The expressive wine red color is carried forward to the door inserts, mirror adjustment console and the cup holders.

DC Design Nissan Evalia dashboard
The dashboard is made to look very vivid. We prefer this to the stock ‘Greige’ color.

The rear of the passenger compartment gets two sets of captain chairs facing each other, instead of the default theater style seating. The interior panels sport a cream and black color combination with chrome inserts on the doors. The seats are electrically adjustable, with the controls placed neatly near the doors.

DC Design Nissan Evalia cabin
The interior panels are finished in a cream shade, with wine red and chrome accents.

Passengers can completely block external light from coming into the cabin, and switch to a softer ambient lighting.

DC Design have not modified the engine or electronics of the Evalia.

Nissan Evalia by DC Design – Image Gallery

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One thought on “DC Design develops a custom interior package for the Nissan Evalia

  1. Satyajeet says:

    3.95L for retrofitting four Innova seats, paint and a few controls? What he does to the other cars seems acceptable thanks to the premium equipment used. But this? definitely not worth the money. Seems like someone needs to clear the Innova seats he has in stock.

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