Gypsy from Maruti Suzuki has been one of the most popular SUVs in India. Although, it has been discontinued for public by the company, it is still produced on order for the Indian Army. Well, Gypsy lovers in India still believe that Maruti Suzuki will bring the legendary off-roader back. However, that remains to be seen, for the time being you can enjoy this reincarnation project of Gypsy from Mightyseed designs.
Mightyseed Designs is an Indian design studio that creates smart products and delivers memorable customer experience. The brand with its latest project is paying tribute to the iconic Indian off-roader. The Maruti Suzuki Gypsy concept is an aesthetically pleasing reinterpretation of the original vehicle. However, according to the design studio, the vehicle has been reimagined in a way that has never been seen before. Also, it has been kept in mind that the spirit of the original is not lost.
The Mightyseed Gypsy concept explores the design possibilities of how the Gypsy of future might look. The neo-retro style and the bold commanding stance offer it a futuristic look. Besides that, the twisty shoulder line provides it a distinctive styling element that makes it stand out from its competitors. The vehicle comes with a large trunk storage area which is separated from the cabin space for travelers to store their luggage and accessories.
The Gypsy concept from Mightyseed designs not only pay tribute to a legend of the Indian roads but also a call of action to bring the classic Gypsy back. Well, we do hope to see the iconic car launched in a new avatar somewhere in the near future.
The Design Company has also given a stylish makeover to the classic Vespa scooter earlier this year. The company has studios situated in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu and Kochi, Kerala.
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