Liberty Walk, the Japanese aftermarket specialist customizer, has developed a body kit for the Suzuki Jimny four-wheel drive, and it’s one impressive look.
The latest-generation Suzuki Jimny has been a runaway success for the automaker. Along with its predecessor, sold as the Suzuki Samurai in the US, it has won fans worldwide for its compact size and impressive off-road capabilities.
Liberty Walk has created a host of bold Jimny models since the off-roader’s launch, and this latest example is one of its most astonishing to date.
Adorning the exterior of this Jimny is gloss black paint, and its front end has undergone a comprehensive transformation with revised headlights, black badging, a black grille, and a unique bumper with distinctive LED daytime running lights.
Double take! That's not a G-Wagen, but a tastefully customised Suzuki Jimny – by none other than Liberty Walk.
Depending on what parts you choose, the kit can range from USD 3186 to 5778 (INR 2.33 lakh to 4.22 lakh). pic.twitter.com/M5rLNLuPmG
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Liberty Walk has also fitted a new hood with a large scoop, reminiscent of the bulging hood found on a Mercedes-AMG G 63.
The modifications continue on the sides where the tuner has fitted black aftermarket wheels and modified the exhaust, so they now exit out from the side of the off-roader, also like a G 63. The side windows feature prominent wind deflectors, while at the rear of the roof, there’s a large lip spoiler.
Suzuki’s off-roader, however, has one major issue. Despite waiting lists ranging in length from months to literal decades, Jimny’s struggle to meet emissions standards could force its retreat to the commercial vehicle market.