DC Design have just revealed their take on the hugely popular Ford EcoSport. The customization house has modified the exteriors and interiors of the compact crossover thoroughly.
The front sees the headlights pushed below into the bumper, while the original headlight cutout features LED daytime running lights and turn signals. The front bumper is completely new, and features a huge (maybe unnecessary?) air intake.
Inside, the 5-seater EcoSport can now accommodate only four, in a 2+2 layout. The seats, door trims and dashboard panels are finished in a beige color, and the front passenger seat can also be folded flat to create a leg rest for the rear passenger.
The individual rear seats are electrically powered and the backrest can also be reclined to a certain degree.
Rear seat passengers are further pampered thanks to an additional air con blower unit located above the front armrest. For entertainment, DC has included two large LCD displays for the rear seat passengers, while Ford's SYNC central screen has been replaced by something much bigger (exact details are unavailable). The roof of the car features mood lighting as well.
DC Design are yet to announce the price of the package.
How do you like the Ford EcoSport designed by DC?