New Delhi customizer turns Indian SUV into a make-beleive Evoque.
There's a wide chasm in the SUV market. At one end you have simple machines like the Tata Safari. At the other end, a Range Rover. Now Indian tuning house Big Daddy Customs has bridged the gap with its latest project. Dubbed the Moon Rover, the tuning package includes an Evoque-replica front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights, new headlamps, alloy wheels wrapped in chunky rubber, a custom white paint job, new tail lamps and quad chrome exhaust tips.
Inside, meanwhile, the cabin has been smartly dressed in red leather. Inspiration for the project may have come from the fact Land Rover
own Tata, or perhaps this is merely a coincidence. Either way the finished article is not as bad as we first feared. A Range Rover it is not, but as far as replica jobs go, well... it does look better than the donor car.