As crazy as the car modifications go, this is still quite out there. Have you wondered how a Maruti Swift would look like with the interiors of the MG Astor?
We have found a video of a car decor studio to modify a Maruti Swift with the interiors of MG Astor. The aftermarket car modification industry is on a boom recently with many buyers opting to make their cars look unique. This is one such example where this Swift goes through a ton of exterior and interior modification to achieve a completely unique and appealing look. Check out the details here.
Swift Modify Like MG Astor
The exterior of the Swift features quite a few significant design changes to make it look unique. To start with, the front grille has a red insert which lends a sporty feel, powerful for lamps, tweaks to the headlamps for an increased throw, 15-inch black Plati alloy wheels with red brake callipers, chrome belt underneath the windows, illuminated scuff plates, dual-tone roof and A, B and C-pillars, integrated black roof spoiler, vertical LED pillar lamps, black ORVMs with electrically folding function, chrome belt on the boot lid, among other things. The overall detailed tweaks make it look like some special edition version of the Swift with unique design elements.
If you thought the exteriors were impressive, wait till you see what has been done on the inside. To start with, the entire dashboard read has been wrapped in red material with carbon fibre insert, the gear lever housing is also finished in red and carbon fibre pattern, the floor is covered in 9D material with grass type matt, the door panels are finished in red and gloss black colours, there have been multiple speakers and tweakers fitted in the car, there is double damping to make the doors heavier and prevent noise and vibration from the outside, there is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto infotainment System installed, Steering Wheel has been finished in red and black with premium stitching, the seat covers also sport added foam for additional comfort. All these changes might lead you to get confused about whether or not you are sitting in an actual Swift or not. Would you want to modify your Maruti Swift to make it look like an MG Astor, at least in terms of colour scheme?