Video: Japanese Students Build A Mini Bigfoot From Suzuki Jimny
Japanese Automotive College (NATS) students have completed a new project based on the latest generation Suzuki Jimny. They turned a compact SUV into a bigfoot.
The refinement of Jimny was not limited to the installation of a suspension lift kit and large wheels with off-road tires. Additionally, the students cut off the back of the car, mounted a removable shelter in its place, and also equipped the car with an external safety cage, a winch and new lights.
As for the rest, the Suzuki Jimny has no technical changes, but it is already well suited for off-road conquest. An SUV with a ladder-type frame is equipped with a 102-horsepower petrol aspirated 1.5 paired with a five-speed "mechanics" or a four-speed "automatic", two continuous axles, a rigidly connected all-wheel drive and a lowering.
In early 2019, NATS students seriously redesigned the Toyot GT86 coupe. Like the Jimny, it was turned into a pickup truck, and in addition, it was styled after the Lamborghini Urus and the power of the two-liter boxer was increased from 208 to 270 hp. due to the installation of a turbine.
Popular by topic
Skoda students will & nbsp; turn the Scala hatchback into a & nbsp; roadster with & nbsp; huge wheels in the News section
Students turned a Porsche Boxster roadster into a & nbsp; 911 station wagon in the News section
Dutch students come up with an electric car from & nbsp; ocean waste in the News section
Japanese students have created a Nissan roadster & nbsp; GT-R and & nbsp; many other strange cars in the News section
Japanese students built a hybrid Toyota GT86 and Lamborghini Urus in the News section