This is a detailed video of converting a Maruti Swift LXi to ZXi. The trend of modifications is gaining popularity. More and more young people are opting for upgrading their cars with aftermarket components to make their cars look unique. The aftermarket has also developed a lot and genuine accessories for popular brands are available easily. Car owners from small towns are travelling to big cities to get their cars modified. Many dedicated videos on YouTube have propelled car owners to get their cars modified cheaply. Here is one such example where the Swift owner had seen the video on YouTube and travelled to Delhi to convert his LXi model into ZXi+. Here are the details.
Maruti Swift LXi to ZXi
The video shows, in great depth, all the changes that have been made on the Swift. Starting from the front, the LED fog lamp-housing has been installed along with projector fog lamps, LED headlamps with great throw, chrome surround and garnish on the front bumper are the highlights at the front. The side profile has also been updated with door protectors, chrome belt around the windows, electrically adjustable ORVMs, alloy wheels from the ZXi trim, side skirting and black tape at a few places. The rear features things like black tape around the taillamp cluster, chrome finished fake exhaust tips on either side, chrome garnish on the boot lid to make it look premium. These changes ensure that no one can tell the difference between the LXi and ZXi+ variants from the outside. Also, all the components used are genuine Maruti products.
Changes to the inside
There are quite a few relevant changes to the inside of the Maruti Swift as well. This includes things like a completely new Digital Instrument Cluster from the top variant, Steering Mounted Controls, A Brand New Music System with Multiple Speakers and Tweeters, Blue Colour Cabin Lighting which turns ON and OFF with the doors, Chrome Slab on the dashboard replacing the carbon fibre unit in the regular model, Android Infotainment System, Door Panels from the top model an much more. The guy who did this modification makes it clear that this took around Rs 1.20 lakh to get all this done. However, he also offers a basic modification pack where it will cost you around Rs 50,000 to get a lot of things done.