In this post, we take a look at a Rolls Royce replica which is actually a humble Hyundai Accent. The aftermarket automotive sector has witnessed remarkable growth, thanks to extraordinary products such as these. Enthusiasts are willing to spare no expense in their pursuit of owning a high-end supercar. In fact, in this case, the people wanted to get a taste of one of the most luxurious vehicles on the planet. Let us take a deep look at the details of this weird contraption.
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Rolls Royce From Hyundai Accent
This video comes from vinith2845 on YouTube. It is a YouTube Shorts. The visuals record a rather hilarious instance. A car is seen parked on the side of the road. Anyone not thoroughly familiar with the automobile industry could be forgiven for believing that this is an actual Rolls Royce car. But pay a little more attention and you would suspect something fishy. You would recognize that this is just a valiant effort to make a humble last-gen Accent look like a Rolls Royce. The dual-colour theme on the bonnet is quite impressive. The bumper and headlights are borrowed from an old Elantra.
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Apart from that, the headlamps lend themselves well to fit this Rolls Royce fascia. Additionally, there is also a rather feeble attempt to replicate the iconic front grille with intricate slats. However, the efforts are average, at best. On top of that, the aftermarket car modification has also tried to replicate the ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ emblem on the bonnet of the Rolls Royce. But it clearly lacks any quality. The side and rear profiles of this Accent give away its true identity. Nevertheless, this is quite an ambitious product. It is a shame it is rotting on the side of the road.
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What We Think
We appreciate the dedication put into these modifications, but it’s crucial to understand that most car customizations are in violation of Indian law. Engaging in such customizations carries the risk of probelms with the traffic authorities and facing fines. Therefore, we strongly advise against extensive vehicle customizations. Instead, consider seeking guidance from your local Regional Transport Office (RTO) to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the legal aspects surrounding these alterations. Some modifications do fall within legal limits and can be officially registered on your vehicle’s certificate to ensure road legality. Let’s all commit to being responsible and law-abiding drivers.
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