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Dilip Chhabria’s DC Design has created lavish modification kits for the Hyundai i20 and Toyota Fortuner

DC Design’s latest additions are the Hyundai i20 DC-FX kit and Toyota Fortuner-based DC Lounge vehicle modifications.

The DC-FX kit for the Hyundai adds sporty touches to the bold-looking car. On the exterior, the modified i20 shows off a wide grill with floating splitter and fog lamps, making it look aggressive up front. The sides boast flowing rocker panels that mimic air intakes. The rear of the car sports a wide stance insert with imitative twin exhaust. The i20’s interiors have been tweaked to feature leather seats and choice-of-paint surfaces. The exterior and interior kit cost Rs 80,000 and Rs 1.5 lakh respectively.

The Fortuner-based DC Lounge modification includes optional high-sculpted front bumper, integrated floorboards and rocker panels. Once you step into this car, you step into first class. You enter through the rear doors to be welcomed by two 24-in captain seats with powered calf support. These seats, which recline up to 150°, employ ingress and egress enablers to help you in and out of the car. Other interior modifications include privacy partitions, fold-out tables, ambient mood lighting, a 19-in TV screen and a seven litre chiller.

The optional exterior modification kit for the Toyota Fortuner comes at a price of Rs 2.5 lakh, whereas the standard interior modification package costs Rs 6.5 lakh.

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