Here, we have the Maruti Suzuki Micro-SUV Ignis modified with a race-inspired paint job and sleek-looking blacked multi spokes alloy wheels.

  • Maruti Suzuki Ignis modified at EIMOR customs workshop in Hyderabad
  • EMIOR mainly famous for modifications in Royal Enfield bikes and featured in top bike modifiers in India
  • No Changes has been made to the powertrain in our knowledge
Maruti Suzuki Ignis modified
Side profile

Maruti Suzuki is one of the top car manufacturers in the Indian market in terms of sales volume and in terms of affordability. Maruti Suzuki the indo-Japanese brand is known for its affordable price band, fuel efficiency, and low maintenance costs. A lot of young auto enthusiasts love to customize their vehicles with mod jobs. Here, we have modified Maruti Ignis with Race-inspired paint job and sleep-looking multi-spoke alloys, customized at Hyderabad-based custom workshop EIMOR customs. No information about the changes in the mechanical department has been reported.   

Maruti Suzuki Ignis modified
Front 3rd Quator

The Hyderabad Telangana-based custom workshop known for its modifications designs in Royal Enfield bikes and comes into the list of Top 10 bike modifiers in India. Here, they have tried their hands on the four-wheelers as well on the pre-facelift version of Maruti Ignis. The front part vehicle features a lovely shade of Tinsel blue on the front stock grille, black slats get the red highlight, and the Suzuki logo at the front remains the same. Here we see a lovely dual-tone paint job of Silver at the front and blue at the rear, with oblique racing strips.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis modified
Front

Also, there is an Ignis racing sticker on the front fenders, while the stock wheels are replaced with sleek-looking blacked multi-spoke alloy wheels. The roof is blacked out and the ORVM features a black and silver finish. While, the interior custom hasn’t been seen in the images but the front seats are visible, equipped with racing bucket seats. No changes have been made to the powertrain as it continues to powered by a 1.2 Litre petrol engine, which belts put maximum power of 83 PS and 113 Nm of peak torque when mated with a 5-speed MT gearbox system. Currently, Ignis comes with a starting price of Rs 4.95 lakh for the base and Rs 7.36 lakh for top-end trim ex-showroom, New Delhi respectively.   

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