Maruti 800 First- Generation Modified in English
A first generation Maruti 800( also called the SS80) has been modified by Delhi grounded AGM Technologies. The modified Maruti 800 features heavy variations, but still manages to retain its quaint characteristics.
filmland uploaded by Turbo Xtreme reveal a lustrous red makeup scheme that gives the first- generation Maruti 800 a dégagé sense. The variations include projector headlamps, LED DRLs, and LED tail lights.
The modified Maruti 800 also features 13- inch black amalgamation bus an upgrade from the plant made 12- inch bus. There’s also dummy carbon fiber body tackle on the fenders.
While there are lateral skirts present, they aren’t flashy, and look like they were always meant to be there. A Suzuki emblem on the charge lip adds further to the quaint charm of the modified Maruti 800.
The original design of the dashboard has been retained, but the modified Maruto 800 features an air conditioner, a music system, a stage-alone tachometer, and instrument press that uses amber for back- lighting.
The original steering wheel has been replaced by one from the company’s Alto models. The seats and the roof- liner are both finished in leather. Sticking to the antique charm, the charge is accessible via the hinder windshield.
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The original 796cc machine has been retained, still the modified Maruti 800 now features an MPFI system. The builders and the tuners haven’t revealed any power and performance numbers for the modified hatchback.
Another fantastic set of revision done to the Maruti 800 are the installation of slice thickets at the front and rear parking detector at the reverse of the vehicle. AGM Technologies say that the total cost for the variations stand at Rs6.0 lakh- about5.48 lakh further than the on- road price of the auto is 1984.
The Maruti 800 was grounded on the first- generation Suzuki Alto from 1979. The 800 fell under a order called ‘ Kei’ buses in Japan. Vehicles in this order had to abide by strict rules for length, range, and machine size.
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The first- generation Suzuki Alto featured a 600cc machine for the Japanese home requests, and an 800cc machine for exports. India had no rules regarding machine sizes during the 1980s and thus got the bigger 800cc machine.
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This is one of the stylish variations we have seen, at least from the surfaces. The red makeup scheme, coupled with black fenders and slate highlights at the frontal tulle give the 800 a veritably quaint Japanese look.