Chevrolet Cruze ‘Hyperwide’ by 360 Motoring is India’s wildest Chevy
Aravind Jayachandran, I'm a huge petrolhead, an automobile engineer, a massive fan of Ferrari, and loves collecting die-cast models for inspiration.
Probably the most aggressive-looking Cruze in India.
A Chevrolet Cruze has undergone what appears to be a crazy customisation job by Kerala-based 360 Motoring and has emerged to be the most aggressive Cruze mods we have seen in India.
The whole front-end has been stripped to accommodate an engine hood with a massive power hump and inlets, heavily sculpted bumpers with large air inlets and accents, projector headlamps with corona rings and LED DRLs and blacked-out grille with black bow-tie logo. The side profile has the wide body kit with flaring fenders accommodating wide wheels with 18-inch 10.5j alloy wheels, side skirts and gloss black ORVMs. If it is not ostentatious enough, the doors open in a scissor-style fashion as you would have it in a Lamborghini Murcielago.
Although the rear-end is not shown here, it seems to feature a custom bumper with diffuser, large rear wing and an aftermarket exhaust system. Inside, the Cruze has red leather sports seats and a horizontal arrangement of dials across the dashboard.
It is likely that the motor under the hood would’ve undergone a remap or further customisation, but it has not been listed by 360 Motoring. In stock configuration, the Cruze has a 2.0-liter VCDi diesel unit that produces 166 PS of max power and 380 Nm of peak torque. Transmission options were a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearboxes. The Cruze was capable of averaging 17.9 km/l (manual) and 14.81 km/l (automatic) fuel mileage.
Custom Chevrolet ‘Hyperwide’ – Image Gallery
[Source: 360 Motoring]