Since 1993 the company has been designing vehicle bodies for Mahindra, Bajaj, and other firms as well as manufacturing cars in small quantities upon order For the past few years DC Design has also been active in the field of optical tuning.
At the 1998 New Delhi Motor Show, the public saw the premiere of the Phoenix Ambassador (a 4-door sedan based on the Hindustan with the same name) and the Arya (a 4x4 station wagon on the Tata Sierra chassis; four such vehicles have been built till now). At the 1999 Mumbai Motor Show, the DC demonstrated the Vampire (a roadster based on the Daewoo Cielo).
At the end of 1999, the roadster Arka (based on the Maruti Esteem) had its debut, and at the 2000 New Delhi Motor Show, the 2+2 coupe Zelo (based on the Daewoo Cielo, by 2002 eighteen such vehicles had been made), the roadster Ikoncept 2003 (based on the Ford Ikon, by 2002 twelve such vehicles had been made) and the small, 3-seat L'il.
In 2002 DC built a prototype of the Aston Martin AM V8 Vantage, which was demonstrated in Detroit in 2003.
At the 2003 Geneva Motor Show, the aggressive coupe Gaia, based on the Mitsubishi Lancer with a 1.5-liter 215 hp unit, was presented. Its production was planned for launch in Europe in 2006.
At the 2004 Geneva Motor Show, the company unveiled the coupe Go - a concept car based on the Noble M12 GTR3 with a V6-2.5-liter 310 hp power plant.
Recently the company changed its name to DC2.