DC Designs transforms Tata Winger in addition to Madhuri Dixit Innova Crysta Redesign.

DC Designs is well-known for redesigning cars in their artistic way with plenty of admiration coming towards them. Recently, DC Designs redesigned Bollywood Star Madhuri Dixit’s Toyota Crysta Innova interiors completely drawing media attention. Pune based firm did something similar to the transformation of Tata Winger. Tata Winger is an MPV but posts the transformation by DC designs, it looks like a palace on wheels. DC not only worked on the exteriors but completely redesigned the interiors too. The result is a piece de resistance from Dilip Chabaria led DC Designs designed to invoke reactions from the public.


The best thing about the redesigned Tata Winger is that it retains its MPV silhouette while having a premium look with the addition of funky windows. There are larger wheels and low profile tyres, Tata Winger becomes different from the stock model. 


DC Designs did a brilliant job with the interior design of Madhuri Dixit’s Innova Crysta and we see it here too. Pune based firm lends a premium air to the cabin where you get the feel of being in a luxury lounge. A huge LCD TV for the rear passenger section to keep the occupants entertained as they travel in this luxury vehicle. So what more DC designs have done to make the redesigned Tata Winger exciting? There is roof-mounted AC vents with the ambient mood lighting a trademark of the DC designs. Windows come with opaque blind screens while there are wood inserts for a luxurious travelling experience.


Stock 2020 Tata Winger is coming with a BS6-compliant, 2.0-litre, turbocharged, inline-4 diesel engine generating 88 bhp of maximum power and 190 Nm of peak torque. Comes with a 5-speed manual transmission and can house 15 passengers. 


The price is still a secret but the designs and the efforts by the DC Designs are visible now. We can look forward to more enchanting redesigns from the design firm in the coming days.

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