There have been many attempts trying to copy the world renounced hypercar Bugatti Veyron but this is the first time someone has tried it on an entry-level hatchback. The car being used here is the AMT version of the Maruti Suzuki Celerio VXi. Although, the owner has tried his hardest to make the car look like the Bugatti Veyron but have only succeeded in making a bizarre version of the Veyron with the use of some cheap fibre body kit, however, the regular version of Maruti Celerio would have looked a lot better.

Let’s look at the details of what has been changed

The whole front fascia has been redone to look like the Veyron, with a cheap fibre body kit, the signature Bugatti horseshoe grille with Bugatti logo at the centre, similar-looking headlamps frame as the Veyron, similar lower air vents, and alloy wheels with Bugatti logo at the centre. The rear modification car has some weird looking taillights, fake exhaust which nowhere looks like the Veyron’s exhausts, a Bugatti logo at the centre and the whole rear is made out of some cheap fibre work.

Talking about the interior the car has some cheap-looking black front seats, a steering wheel with yellow highlights with the Bugatti logo in the centre, green ambient lighting in the legroom, and the rear seats have been replaced by a sofa. Other than that, there aren’t any changes made to the Celerio interior.

The powertrain of the car remains the same as the Maruti Suzuki Celerio, with a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder Naturally Aspirated petrol engine, which can produce 68 PS of power and 90 Nm of peak torque, coupled with a 5-speed automatic transmission gearbox.

The car is put on sale by the owner and as claimed by the owner the car has been moved 45,000km and is priced at Rs 3.95 lakh.

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