Maruti Suzuki's premium hatchback, the Balneo has been a huge success in the Indian market. It overtook the Swift as the sportier and premium offering from India's leading car manufacturer.
If you think the Baleno is not sportier enough, then Bengaluru-based customisation firm M.B Design Mototrendz have blinged up the hatchback to take its sportiness to the next level.
The exterior of the modified Baleno looks menacing with blacked out chrome elements, front grille, headlamps, tail lamps and roof.
The front bumper has been modified by installing a Samurai lip which enhances the sporty appeal of the car. The car's stock red paint scheme is retained as it is.
The major highlight of the modified Baleno is the doors. The two front doors get a scissor mechanism, which opens upwards. This kind of doors was made popular by the iconic Lamborghini supercars.
To wrap things off on the exterior, the car features customised panoramic sunroof and 17-inch multispoke rims. The interior of the car also gets it share of customisation.
The stock seats of the Baleno has been replaced by Bride bucket seats which give it a race car kind of feeling. Apart from that, it gets red leather upholstery on the dashboard and pillars.
This Baleno is powered by 1.2-litre petrol engine mated to a CVT gearbox. To enhance the performance, a K&N air filter and FRK full exhaust system has been installed, which will slightly increase the stock output of 83bhp and 115Nm of peak torque.
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