Tata Winger MPV with Lounge-Style Interiors by DC2: After entering the automobile market with a new DC2 brand name, the very famous DC Design has been making rounds on the internet with some recent customizations. The brand run by Dilip Chhabria has officially re-entered the Indian automotive segment after facing rather serious troubles in the past.
Known in the country for launching the first-ever Indian sports car, Avanti, the brand was not successful in creating a huge fanbase with other of its products as well. Now with a new name DC2, the designers are trying to get themselves ahead in the customization segment with the recently revealed Tata Winger Project.
Coming to the design language of the DC2 Tata Winger Project, the customizers have offered the MPV with a Daylight Opening (DLO) design theme with a lot of glass area. The notable body accents, as well as the tail lamp housing, deserve all the attention. The heavily-modified Tata Winger features silver alloy wheels while the front-end design has not been revealed as of yet. One can expect the brand to offer a similar premium and unique look to the front fascia as seen on the rear end.
The lounge-style interiors further add to the unique profile while the ambient lighting adds to its luxurious stance. The leather cladded reclinable seats on the inside look equally comfortable while giving the view of a plush sofa. In addition to this, the ample space that can allow even six passengers to roam freely is worth applauding.
The addition of an infotainment screen with a premium sound system, curtains for privacy makes the DC2 Tata Winger Project perfect for a business or a casual trip.
The updated model of the Tata Winger was introduced back at the Auto Expo in February 2020. Powering the passenger vehicle is a BS6-compliant 2.0-litre diesel engine that is good for 89HP and 190Nm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Tata Winger Project by DC2 (Dilip Chhabria 2.0)