Customised Maruti Baleno With Scissor Doors

This aggressively customised Baleno features scissor doors, wider tyres, custom grille, blackened tail lights and new front splitter

Ever since Maruti Suzuki Baleno came into the premium hatchback segment, the competition has gotten tough for the Hyundai Elite i20. It is the first real hit from the Nexa dealership and has consistently showed its sales potential every month for more than a year now. By being a model that is sold in many international markets, the top-end accessorised versions of the Baleno do have a distinctive sporty appearance complemented by a wider and low-slung body.

In a recent post, we did show you how the flipside of the aftermarket effect on Baleno that was desperately modified to mimic Mercedes-Benz A-Class. However, this time around we would like to inspire our readers and thus found a Bengaluru-based M.B Design Mototrendz tuning firm on Facebook and here is their creative showcased.

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At the first glance, you would know it is not your next door regular Baleno because there has so much work been gone into the vehicle and the most prominent of them all is the scissor doors found mostly in exotic performance cars. The forward-pushing butterfly doors do elevate the aggression on standstill while the glossy black wrapped A, B and C pillars along with black roof and a think spoiler substantiate the overall stance.

Up front, you would not fail to notice the glossy custom grille, a new front splitter and a set of flared-out 17-inch alloy wheel with low-profile Goodyear tyres. Moreover, the glossy red paint scheme and black painted roof, pillars will make you convinced of a dual-tone colour theme. At the rear, the tail lamps are blackened to wrap up an aggressive exterior.

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Additionally, the FRK custom exhaust system and K & N filter ensure of a no-slouchy performance on the move. Mototrendz’s work did not stop there as they worked heavily on the interior bits as well. Applying the same red and black theme as the exterior on the dashboard, they opted to go with racing Bride bucket seats up front and standard bench configuration at the rear. No mechanical changes have been divulged and so are the costs of these customised parts and bodywork. For those you wanting to have a sporty Baleno, wait until next month to have the RS variant out.

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Source: Facebook