In this video, a Suzuki Jimny disguised as a pickup truck can be seen. According to the information we have, these SUVs are travelling to Italy’s Versilia, Lucca, where the 2022 International Off-Road Fair will take place from September 30 to October 2, 2022. Since there is no entry fee, this event draws off-roading enthusiasts from all over Europe. It is accessible to both experienced drivers and newcomers as well as professionals.
The Suzuki Jimny in these pictures is seen without a roof or a back cabin. Instead, it has a typical cargo bed like a pickup truck would. You may have seen the Jimny without the roof, but the back of the vehicle has seats. The soft top can be completely removed in the open-top model. As a result of the roof’s lack of metal, the weight is decreased. However, this takes it even step further by having nothing at the rear. It will benefit greatly from this in off-road racing.
Suzuki Jimmy Pickup
The picture also shows a Jimny with enormous, high-profile off-road tyres. Even on dirt surfaces, the treads are made to maximise traction. A crucial component of off-roading is this. These tyres’ thick sidewalls ensure that the ride quality of the car is maintained and that the riders aren’t overly affected by bumps and potholes. Pickup truck usage frequently involves non-tarmac pathways, so it is crucial to avoid letting the ride quality suffer. The driver should also have sufficient tyre grip to handle challenging circumstances. Additionally, it appears that these SUVs’ ride height has been slightly raised for off-road use.
Suzuki Jimmy Pickup Specs
There are few specifics available regarding the specifications. However, we do know that a standard Suzuki Jimny is equipped with a 1.5-liter gasoline engine with naturally aspirated fuel that has a maximum output of 103 horsepower and 138 Newton metres of torque. This engine powers the Jimny even in foreign markets. This engine is paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. In fact, we anticipate the 5-door Jimny to enter our market with the same powertrain, though the calibration may differ slightly.