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Old 2nd March 2009, 00:05   #31
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sam had put up the interior pics of this. it used infinity speakers.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 02:04   #32
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But the thing I hated was that it had no space for keeping luggage which is still being worked upon.
When you travel in this kind of ishtyle, the luggage usually follows. You dont worry about such trivialities.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 10:17   #33
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AGM did a very good job on the Scorpio too. I think they were the first ones to put the spare tyre at the back, something that Mahindra itself has adopted for the Scorp Hybrid.

I have seen a white Scorpio done by them, the quality was very very good, but I had seen it about a month after the mods happened. The real test of these mods are how they perform over time, so its anybody`s guess.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 10:30   #34
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Those interior shots are ammmmazing to say the least ! Although i'd prefer to have the front TV table removed and push the lazy boy chairs forward to fit the last row bench.

Not a big fan of the front end exterior mod, rear is much better, tailamps are of the fortuner i think.

Any idea how much the interior conversion would cost? Are there any modifiers in Bombay that can fit reclining leather seats in SUVs/MUVs? Besides DC ofcourse.

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Old 2nd March 2009, 14:29   #35
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something which toyota could have easily done. nice good looking vehicle this. looks like a sedan from the front.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 14:54   #36
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Naah.I did'nt find the prices to be that high.You can P.M. me for the price of this fully souped up model.
Why PM? Put it up here so that others may benefit from that information too!

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Hey Guy's. Want some more stuff to drool over.
Holy cow, those interiors look unreal! I'd wait to go home with a car like that waiting downstairs each evening, rush hour traffic be damned! AGM has left me impressed.
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i would agree with GTO a bit here as Toyota is surely not upbeat about the indian market and have taken things too slowly for our market. We expect more from the largest car maker in the world and expect them to be a little more aggressive than they actually are.
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Old 2nd March 2009, 16:05   #38
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Why PM? Put it up here so that others may benefit from that information too!

Hey,I thought that would be like going against the rules of the forum. Anyways,the fully souped up model with all exterior changes and the limo interiors would cost anything between 6-7 L.


Holy cow, those interiors look unreal! I'd wait to go home with a car like that waiting downstairs each evening, rush hour traffic be damned! AGM has left me impressed.
Yeah the car surely is droolworthy.

@Sahil: I think if the rear seats are wanted then this whole concept will be a waste because the seats are recliners with protruding footrests.And if you dont have room for reclining it then might as well put normal seats. We too were discussing about luggage space at the back but dont know if that is possible. Luggage space is required because if you own such a car then you wouldnt want your beamer or merc coming to pick you up from the airport.This will be a much comfortable proposition.

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Old 2nd March 2009, 20:28   #39
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Hey,I thought that would be like going against the rules of the forum. Anyways,the fully souped up model with all exterior changes and the limo interiors would cost anything between 6-7 L.
Not at all. The Moderator team insists on maintaining the highest possible level of transparency on this board.

Thanks for the info.
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Ahhhhh..Am still drooooooooling.
Awesome interiors!
Well i can compromise the luggage compartment for any of this anytime
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Spotted this on Commercial Street (B'lore)
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Old 5th October 2009, 20:44   #42
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Has anyone seen the DC Lounge?

Lots of high decibel and slightly crass advertising plugging it, looks way better than the AGM though, (and considering that the AGM one isnt bad, thats saying something!)
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Looks great in real-life pictures, Manish. The rear is so Fortuner!
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Old 6th October 2009, 12:07   #44
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This is what DC did, the so called Lounge, they are full on comparing it to Phantom and stuff.

Check out the buttons on the armrest, they look very well finished though slightly appliance-ish.
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Looks great in real-life pictures, Manish. The rear is so Fortuner!
, it looked great.

I haven't come across too many of them.
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