What if the Maruti Ignis had off-roading traits? - Rendering

27/04/2017 - 13:14 | ,   | Sagar Parikh

When the Ignis tries to be the Jimny.

The Maruti (Suzuki) Ignis is sold as a hatchback in India, but for other markets, it's a mini crossover. Taking the all-road character of the car and supersizing it, Indonesian digital modifier Raditya Brahmanah has created an Ignis ready for rough terrains.

Maruti (Suzuki) Ignis off-roading rendering
The 6-slot grille of the modified Ignis is borrowed from the Suzuki Jimny.

The modified Maruti Ignis has its original bumper replaced by an off-road bumper with integrated fog lamps and towing accessories. The 6-slot vertical grille is borrowed from the Suzuki Jimny. At the sides, there are chunky off-roading tyres, grey fenders, rocker panel guards and black ORVMs. At the rear, only a roof spoiler is visible. Lastly, the modified Ignis also features an air snorkel during deep water wading and roof rails up top.

The Maruti Ignis isn't offered with off-road treatment but is available with a variety of personalisation accessories like roof wraps, roof spoilers, fog lamp garnishes, front grille decals, body side mouldings, glass line spoiler, rear bumper garnish and crossbars.

Maruti Ignis accessories roof wraps patterns and colours
The Maruti Ignis is available with a variety of personalisation options, none of which will bring it even close to Raditya's custom Ignis.

Also See: Maruti Ignis Sport – Rendering

The Maruti Ignis is available in Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha trim levels, with two engine options: 61 kW (81.77 hp) 1.2-litre VVT petrol and 55.2 kW (73.99 hp) 1.3-litre DDiS diesel engine. Transmission choices include 5-speed manual and 5-speed automated manual. Prices start at INR 4,59,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).

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