See how cleverly Suzuki Jimny was disguised as G-ClassJuly 15, 2019
Arabian tuners managed to create an almost exact copy of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class based on a budget Japanese crossover
The replica of the German SUV G Wagen from Japan looks absolutely amazing. To turn the Suzuki Jimny into an almost real G-Class, you need to spend $ 12,250.
Tuning company Fast Car Service from Dubai, has developed an impressively detailed kit for a Japanese baby Jimny, which turns it into an exact copy of the “charged” G63. The headlights are taken from another SUV that has existed for several decades – the Jeep Wrangler, in its current generation JL.
The comprehensive package includes a new front bumper, hood, anti-roll bar and bulging front wheel arches – it all looks exactly like the larger G-class.
The front turn signals, as well as side mirrors and steps borrowed directly from the G-Class. The small Jimny even got double side exhaust pipes, which are very similar to those in the Mercedes-AMG G63, although only those on the left actually work. Yes, this modernized Japanese SUV does not have a big V8 under the hood, but still its small four-cylinder engine sounds pretty good thanks to a new exhaust.
How much is the upgrade package for Suzuki Jimny? 12,250 dollars, which is not so bad, given that the Fast Car Service will add to the whole 18-inch wheels borrowed from the G-Class. For the same money Jimny will be completely repainted in the desired color. Nothing special happens inside the cabin, but the pint-sized SUV still has a larger touchscreen than the German counterpart.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Suzuki has released a special version of the crossover Ignis. This SUV gets the prefix “Limited” in the title. It is already possible to purchase a novelty in the Japanese car market.
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