Wild tuning project for the Chevy Suburban SUV

Wild tuning project for the Chevy Suburban SUV

February 11, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

American big guy got about 2000 LEDs and 30 speakers. What can I say, the car looks very impressive.

Remember the Pimp My Ride show? He was organized by the famous rapper Xzibit. This program, in which the old cars got a second life. They were repaired and sometimes equipped with very country things that nonetheless very much liked their owners. The show was quite popular at the time.

Yes, many cars after tuning from Xzibit received a somewhat unusual appearance. But hardly at least one of them can be compared with this instance of the American SUV Chevy Suburban. A team of enthusiasts from Titusville, Florida (USA), apparently greatly inspired by the work of the rapper and decided to submit its own version of tuning.

 As a result, the huge 2007 Chevrolet Suburban turned into a hefty “Christmas tree.” The car body received a bright green paint, to cover which, according to the creator of the project TJ Dickinson, it took the most time – six months, to be exact.

In addition, it is also difficult not to notice about 2000 LEDs that illuminate the SUV both inside and outside, as well as the huge 32-inch Forgiato wheels.

This is not a standard Chevrolet Suburban 2007 is difficult not to pay attention, if only because it is equipped with six 15-inch Ground Zero subwoofers and 24 pieces of 10-inch speakers. Dickinson obviously likes loud music.

According to Mr. Dickinson, for his version of a full-size SUV offered $ 70,000