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Outsourced? Car Customization in India

Posted in Custom, Funny, Funny Videos, Other Rides, Rides, Videos by MrAngry | June 3rd, 2011 | 4 Responses |

Automotive Customization

What can you say about the Extreme Zone automotive custom shop in India. By the looks of it they’re a cross between Pimp My Ride and West Coast Customs all rolled into one great big ball of outsourced fun. Taking queues from such automotive shows as Overhaulin’, the boys from Extreme Zone have been given the task of transforming an unsuspecting Suzuki four-door into something that oozes with power, performance and custom touches. Unfortunately they fail miserably on all counts. Here in the United States we’re used to custom shops that possess the skills and talent to outfit a car properly, in India though… not so much. Click play and watch as this little four-door is transformed into something that is neither fast nor furious.

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4 Responses

  1. Jay says:

    “I didn’t like it, I just love it”. He is probably thinking the same things I am. Why doesn’t the hood match the car? Why does my Suzuki say Scion on it? Why do I have turbo stickers and no turbo?Are those minivan tyres?

    I like how their research for graphics is just tracing pics on the Internet and putting them on his car without any plan. Good thing they sprung for the special rotational tyres that make you go very fast. I was worried they were all show and no go until that point.

    Also, I havent seen a lot of shows from India, but are they dosed with sedative before going on air? Maybe it’s a cultural thing and they are just more laid back.

  2. Yann says:

    “marvelous” ; I love the tires that will make you go fast even with a cheap car.
    And at 6:37 “JVC, The perfect experiance” ; they are not the kings of car mods and neither they are kings of grammar.

  3. PFULMTL says:

    What the fail?

  4. Will says:

    “The tack-o-meter measures the speed of a shift.”.

    lolwut?