Maruti Ertiga Modified Interior
The Maruti Ertiga is one of the most popular MPVs in its market right now. There is currently no direct competitor in the market. It’s been around for a long time and is popular as a family vehicle as well as a commercial vehicle. Many Ertiga owners, like Toyota Innova and Innova Crysta owners, have customised the MPV to make it look more posh and comfy. On our website, we have various examples of customised Maruti Ertigas, and here is a video showing how the inside of an Ertiga have been elegantly transformed.
VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES has posted the video on its YouTube account. In this video, the vlogger discusses all of the internal customizations that have been made. The Ertiga’s fabric seat coverings were replaced with ultra-plush bespoke seat covers. The dual-tone seat coverings in ice grey and black give the cabin a luxury appeal.
The floor is covered with 7D mats, while the dashboard and door plastic trimmings are finished in galaxy black. This Ertiga’s steering wheel has been replaced with a more advanced one that has steering-mounted audio controls. Because this isn’t the top-of-the-line grade, it didn’t come with a factory-installed touchscreen infotainment system.
The automobile was fitted with an aftermarket infotainment system. The dashboard and the frame around the screen are also done in galaxy black. The car also gets Ertiga’s original driver armrest from the higher model, as well as a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The ambient lighting has also been changed significantly. Lights are installed in the door panels, dashboard, and bottle holder on the door. A smartphone application may be used to change the colour of these lights.
With all of these changes, the Ertiga now appears to be much more premium than the standard model. The exterior of this Ertiga was also modified by Vlogger. LED lights have been added to the standard headlamps. The headlamp also features an aftermarket LED daytime running light. Aftermarket lights are used in the fog lamps as well. A gloss black lower lip is added to the bumper’s lower section.
The car’s original steel rims are retained on the side profile, but they now have a dual tone wheel cap that resembles an alloy wheel. Front fender garnish, lower window chrome garnish, door visors, Maruti’s body-colored genuine door beading, and other features are included. A roof carrier was requested by the customer, and it was installed in this vehicle as well.
The Ertiga’s rear bumper features XL6 pillar lamps, an XL6-style diffuser, and reflector lamps. The work on this Maruti Ertiga does not appear to be extensive. Although the car has a number of modifications, they do not appear to be loud from any angle. Maruti is currently working on a facelift for both the Ertiga and the XL6, which is expected to be released next year.