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Customized cars and bikes are becoming a rage in the Indian automobile market. There are plenty of automobile design firms which are developing modified vehicles for the Indian consumers but one name stands out in the crowd. DC Design led by the famous automobile designer Dilip Chhabria himself, has mastered the art of car customization with some stunning designs hitting the market. DC Design is currently developing the first Indian electric sports car TCA. With impressively designed cars under the belt, DC Designs is now collaborating with Mahindra & Mahindra to develop customized Mahindra Marazzo lounge models. Transformation of Mahindra Marazzo by DC Design is easy on the customer wallet. Currently, a DC Design customized Mahindra Marazzo is on sale in the user car market and it’s affordable than the new stock model.
The 2020 Mahindra Marazzo used for customization is in good condition and hasn’t clocked much distance. The odometer showed the car has done a total of just 3700kms which is quite less for a used vehicle. The MPV is only a few months old considering the 2020 model arrived recently with the seller, while the reason of putting it on sale is not disclosed. The modification is done officially by Mahindra and DC Design, so the warranty will continue for the new buyer.
Mahindra Marazzo specs were not released by the seller but from the images, we can observe it’s packed with all the features offered by the Indian manufacturer. DC Design brochure shed some light on the customized Mahindra Marazzo with the key highlight being the inclusion of new electric seats in the middle row. The specially designed lounge seats can be reclined to 160 degrees with an additional 45 inches of leg space for the occupants. Middle row passengers get extra comfort in the form of calf support and foldable leg rest. The middle row seats can be electronically controlled.
The DC Design customised Marazzo second-row seats get a large touchscreen command centre. Controlling the ambient lighting installed in the cabin is possible with the help of the touchscreen command centre. If you want to have lunch or work using a laptop, a fold-out tray is inserted in the central armrest. A 10-inch infotainment system is mounted behind the co-driver seat for watching movies or other multimedia activities. There aren’t any mechanical changes with the performance figures remaining the same. It is powered by a BS4 1497 Cc D15 1.5L engine churning out 121 bhp of power and 300 Nm of torque. Transmission duties are handled by a 6-speed manual gearbox.
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