DC Design can be safely credited with changing the way Indian car aficionados looked at the ‘car modifying’ scene in the country. Dilip Chhabria owned design group has been very regular at coming up with interesting looking body kits for popular Indian cars and DC Design has been winning a lot of accolades for the out of box exterior design themes and luxurious interior kits. Regulars here would know that we always try to make it a point to post about most of DC’s concept and body kits.
We have already seen the very popular Renault Duster, Toyota Fortuner and the Mahindra XUV500 going under DC’s scalpel in recent times and DC has now worked his magic on the Nissan Sunny C segment sedan.
With the introduction of the DC Design’s body kit for the Sunny, the ‘caaaar’ has now got the equipment to match the unrivalled spce.
On the outside, the car gets DC Design logos and new alloy wheels.
Interiors, however, come with plenty of updates such as the inclusion of 2 bucket seats at the rear, usage of premium upholstery and new buttons and trims.
Rear passengers can recline the front seat forward using a lever positioned conveniently enough for access from rear seats. Rear passengers also get a screen at the back of the driver’s seat. The back of the front seats also provide space for a tab. Addition of all the gadgets, along with the usage of new seats and upholstery, has surely made the Sunny more luxurious than any other car in its segment. Price of DC Design’s Sunny hasn’t yet been announced but the fact that the company claims that te car has “comfort rivaling cars 10 times its price” makes us believe that the kit could cost anything around INR 5 lakhs.