Suzuki Jimny got a major upgrade thanks to Twisted Automotive, the experts in customizing Land Rover Defenders. The exterior of Twisted's Jimny boasts a sleek upgrade. Get ready to hit the road in style with the sleek black-painted 16-inch alloy wheels and BF Goodrich all-terrain tires that come standard.
While the lower part of the bodywork maintains its rugged unpainted plastic finish, the grille and mirror caps have received a sleek makeover with a matching paint job that ties the whole look together.
This rugged ride comes equipped with all the off-road essentials, including a sleek roof rack complete with a powerful light bar, a heavy-duty tow bar, a sturdy bumper featuring a reliable winch, and additional underbody protection for added peace of mind. New gas shocks and a rear anti-roll bar are part of the handling package that enhances the ride quality. The tuner provides an optional suspension lift kit that raises the vehicle by 1 inch.
If you're looking to add some extra oomph to your ride, Twisted has got you covered with their Stage 1 upgrade option for the 1.5-liter petrol engine. By adding a turbocharger, you can boost the power output from the standard 103 hp to a much more impressive 165 hp.
Twisted has also given the interior of this vehicle a major update. The duo-tone leather is a luxurious touch that covers everything from the seats to the steering wheel. Even the floor mats and gearshift levers have been given the royal treatment. Did you know that the EU-spec and UK-spec Jimny is only available as a two-seater LCV? However, if you're looking for a more comfortable ride, Twisted can remove the standard bulkhead and add a luxurious rear bench upon request. How cool is that?
Alpine's aftermarket entertainment system with Apple CarPlay, navigation, and digital audio broadcasting (DAB) has replaced Suzuki's factory system. Additionally, there is a high-quality audio setup. For a quieter ride, soundproofing materials have been installed in the cabin's bottom half.
For all these goodies, be prepared to shell out at least £49,500 ($61,450) before taxes. Orders are already being taken, and the tuner will begin producing client automobiles in October.