Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

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Maruti Omni is probably one of the most successful commercials as well as a personal car launched by Maruti for the Indian market. Whether it is goods or transporting people, it has captured the hearts of all kinds of consumers in the market. It had been in production for over three decades and Maruti even launched a freighter version of the Omni. Unfortunately, Maruti had to withdraw the Omni from production due to the latest safety and emission standards. However, Omni can still be seen on Indian roads and there are actually people who kept the car in pristine condition. Here are four of those Omni owners, who not only preserved Omni’s legacy, but also performed unimaginable modification work on them.

All-terrain omni (Gymni)

This modification made by Indi Garage and Holyshift was one of the first modified Omni to go viral on the internet. No one had ever imagined that an Omni would be modified, let alone transformed into an all-terrain car. The name Gymni was well thought out and was based on the fact that this car was an Omni but made with Gypsy parts. The Gymni gets its height due to the big off-road tires and rims. Even the rear differential and engine come from the Gypsy. The Gymni is covered with an external safety cage as well as a luggage rack on the roof. The front bumper is completely modified with LED headlamps, a skid plate and auxiliary lamps. Indeed, the rear doors and windows are sealed with metal sheets to give it a raw appearance.

Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

Omni Gangster

Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

This modified Omni is produced by Carbon Automotive. What instantly catches your eye are the blacked-out headlights which receive spotlight units while the bumper receives LED turn signals. The original bumper was replaced with custom units and the car received a nice jet black paint job to further enhance the badass look. The side profile is distinguished by the aftermarket alloys and the tailpipes coming out. The sliding doors are quite like the original design. The interiors are also personalized. The Gangster Omni has a red coating and the windows and doors are painted black.

Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

Lowrider Omni

Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

This awesome looking modified Omni is owned by Nikhil Kumar from Kerela, India. This car is affectionately referred to as the Project Stance van. The front bumper sags into a lip spoiler extremely close to the ground. The headlights of this Omni are inspired by Mustang LED DRLs, just like the fog lights. Even the side profile gives a low driver appearance with the deep flat alloy rims and body skirts. However, what catches the eye is the transformation of sliding doors into butterfly doors. The rear bumper also receives aftermarket LED taillights. The interiors are all in a black theme and the exterior has been sprayed with custom colors.

Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

Omni buggy

Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

This beloved Buggy is owned and modified by Farid, who comes from a family that has worked in the automotive modification business for years. Informations about Bharat Cars reveals that the modification and the car cost him around Rs. 4.50 Lakhs from scratch. Apart from the mechanical structure of the Omni, nothing is the same. Away from all the doors, you are free to enter and take a seat in the open car. The dashboard, including the sporty racing steering wheel, is custom made. The instrument cluster is the same as the original Omni but is placed in the center.

Four wild and modified Maruti Omnis from India

The Buggy is fitted with 175 / 75-13 off-road tires mounted on five-spoke alloy rims, making it a good off-road car. The owner has tried to keep the old-fashioned charm of the Maruti Suzuki with the brand badge inlaid on the hood and the indicators placed under the windshield on both sides. The exterior is pretty much just 18 gauge sheet metal finished in a red color scheme excluding the front and rear bumpers. Vintage style retractable headlights with a curved design and chrome trim give the Buggy a unique look.

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