Look at the pick-up chimera with a motor behind the cab and a steered rear axleJune 3, 2020
Kymera SUV built by Fab Fours workshop
Fab Fours workshop from the city of Lancaster, South Carolina, USA, manufactures and sells spare parts for SUVs and pickups, and also builds chimeras that combine several automobile genres at once. One of the company’s projects is called Kymera, and is an apocalyptic mix of pre-runner for desert racing, rock-crawler and trail SUV.
Kymera was originally a 2015 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck, but little is left of the original car. At the heart of the SUV is a steel tubular frame on which external panels are fixed. The engine is a 5.9-liter Cummins diesel from Ram models, complemented by two turbochargers and developing about 650 horsepower. Moreover, the motor is installed at the rear, and in its place under the hood, long-stroke Fox shock absorbers are fixed. Other features of the Kymera include steering with a pivoting rear axle and two metal roof combs.
In April this year, the United States put up for sale an off-road Chevrolet Impala. The owner of the car installed a 1961 sedan body on the chassis of a Chevrolet half-ton pickup truck of the late 1970s and used a hybrid for daily trips. The author’s list of improvements indicated not only the implantation of a new chassis, but also the installation of a power steering and front disc brakes.
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