The bright red factory exterior paint is retained, but the pillars and roof have been painted black for a dual-tone look. Speaking of roof, it has been cut out to accommodate a panoramic roof, which is not even an option in any Maruti.
The Baleno also gets a black mesh grille, front splitter, 17 inch alloy wheels wrapped with wider tires, smoked taillamps, and all the chrome bits in the standard Baleno have been blackened. To match with the exterior, the interior adopts a dual tone red and black dashboard, customs floor mats, replica BRIDE bucket seats, and a custom touchscreen audio system with upgraded speakers.
Modifications have also been made to the engine. The custom Baleno appears to be the 1.2 CVT Zeta petrol variant, and comes equipped with a K&N air filter and a custom FRK full exhaust system. Although the power figures haven't been revealed, the changes are expected to extract a few more horses from the 83 bhp engine.