DC Design starts its history back in 1983 when Dilip Chhabria returned to India after working at General Motor’s Design and decided to focus his passion on developing and designing unique creations. This is how DC Design has become a well known name in the auto field. The latest project they have finished is a restyling of the Hyundai Elantra.
DC Design offers a brand new look with a black and red theme, radically changing the Hyundai Elantra’s appearance. The upgraded vehicle now has a modified front grille with new air intakes under the headlamps. The vents have a honeycomb mesh. Of course some DC Design badges are well received in the car’s design. The fog lights and the side skirts have also received an update. The Elantra rides on a set of attractive multi-spoke alloys and is equipped with a rear diffuser that has triangular exhaust tips.
The same colour theme is carried out from the exterior to the inside of the Hyundai Elantra. Red covers the seats, door sills, a part of the dashboard, and the central part of the steering wheel. Except these elements, DC Design keeps most of the things from the production model offered by the car manufacturer.
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