The Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is India's most popular SUV and a great success story from our country's largest car manufacturer. But if you are looking for a one-of-a-kind customised edition, move away from the showrooms and to custom workshops for serious head turners sporting superior styling.
Here are 11 of India's most spectacular customised Vitara Brezza SUVs that have been built, not bought.
DC Design may not have a please-all approach to design and this Brezza designed by them is no exception. The DC Brezza receives an aggressively lowered body kit and custom dual tone black/yellow paintwork that's bold and bright. There's a new front grille with a honeycomb mesh pattern and massive air intakes on the front bumper that features integrated DRLs. Land Rover styled chromed air vents above the front wheel arches heighten the sporty front fascia.
At the rear, it has a new bumper with chrome-tipped quad exhaust pipes integrated into a mesh design similar to the front. The interior gets leather upholstery complimenting the exterior yellow/black colour schemes and a glossy wood finish for the dashboard and door trims.
Fast and Furious Kalyani
This unique customisation comes from Bangalore- and Hyderabad-based Kalyani Motors. It sports a dual tone black and white paint scheme with smoked out headlamps and tail lights, sporty side skirts and a blackened out roof and rear spoiler for that fast and furious look.
The hood has a bold Brezza emblem in large lettering that sits above the new grille, and modified radiator cowl finished in black paint. The interiors receive premium treatment by way of leather seats, custom trim panels on the dashboard and doors and an aftermarket touchscreen system.
The best cars are the often ones you style yourself. This example comes from Kerala, God's own country of gearheads. What strikes you first is the flaming, red-hot paintwork contrasting with the new black front grille and blackened out roof which mounts a carrier and additional LEDs.
The front bumper features circular foglamp DRLs while the rear has a rugged tow hook. Aftermarket black alloys replace the stock wheels and give this SUV a sporty character.
Putting a spin on a popular colour choice like white calls for customization that stands out from the crowd. This Brezza sports a faux silver bumper bull guard and bumper inserts giving it a premium look and accentuating the newly designed black grille and honeycomb radiator cowl. The 6 spoke alloy wheels with low profile tyres lend the SUV a planted stance.
One of the first Brezzas to get the cosmetic custom treatment, this one comes from Kerala with an all-new glossy black grille design, projector headlamps and a Land Rover inspired Vitara logo on the hood. The wheel arches exhibit a rugged personality with flared plastic cladding and sporty side skirts that compliment the trendy Vossen multi spoke alloy wheels finished in dark gold. All chrome styling on the exterior has been replaced with a piano black paint and badges have been removed.
If Jeep and Suzuki ever had a love child, it would most likely look like this! This Brezza has its stock grille replaced with Jeep's signature 7-slated grille of the Compass, and this definitely gives it a bold appearance. Other customizations include a faux skid plate and bumper inserts that are sold through Maruti's iCreate personalisation program.
You can see more of this custom job here.
Showcased at Auto Expo 2018 is this rally-ready Brezza prepared by Maruti Suzuki to participate in offroad events. It gets two large halogens at the front for better illumination during extreme night driving and blacked out front grille and air intakes. This motorsport version features special off-road tyres and racing rims to deal with the rugged terrain, while the racing stripes and sporty decals add to the competition pedigree.
This Brezza comes in a subtle yet classy dual-tone black and white paint scheme. The sporty bumper and redesigned multiple slat front grille add to the unassuming styling that sets it apart from the regular Brezza. It gets projector fog lamps to finish off that pretty front end.
The Great White
Another styling rebel from the sea of white Brezzas, this one has a matte finished black grille and smoked out tail lamps that give it that sleek look. Stock wheels have been replaced with white 5-spoke alloys, and the entire exterior has been de-chromed except for the rear moniker.
More pictures of this custom Brezza here.
Red seems to be a colour that suits the Brezza well. This one is based on the on the top-end ZDi+ variant and has all chrome embellishments deleted from the exterior.
The rear gets a new diffuser with faux dual exhaust pipes, and the wheels have been given the deep dish treatment with an orange lip. The roof mounted carrier houses additional projector LEDs for added night-time visibility.
You can see more of this custom here.
Another grille swap, this time from a Land Rover, looks not all that bad on the Brezza. This example was straight out of the showroom with a temporary registration. Changing the grille is the most popular form of customisation, and this Land Rover look-alike goes to show how far your imagination can take you.
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