Of Course Suzuki Turned The Jimny Into a Pickup

What Jeep Gladiator? That would never fit in Tokyo!

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January 11-13 is the Tokyo Auto Salon, which means people will be able to poke around a wide variety of wonderful kei cars, including the limited-edition Daihatsu Copen Coupé. And since the new Jimny can also be registered as a kei car as long as somebody orders it with the 658 cc turbocharged engine, Suzuki came up with a pair of 4x4 show cars for the 2019 show.

Woodgrain on a new body, steelies: the Sierra Pickup.

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The Jimny pickup is what dreams are made of. The rear seats of the Jimny are quite small anyway, so you don't give up much in exchange for the new cargo bed, while the list of upgrades includes a lifted chassis with Bridgestone Dueler all-season tires, tougher bumpers, auxiliary lights, and a woody trim on the sides with the logo of the Suzuki Rhino Club, the brand's rhino conservation initiative.

External cage, Camel Trophy vibes: the Jimny Survive.

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Since Suzuki won't be able to satisfy European demand for the Jimny for at least another year, introducing a new body style anytime soon is completely out of the question. That means you'll have to settle for building your own Jimny Survive, which is a trail-ready hardtop with pretty much the entire aftermarket catalog thrown at it. And as such, it's rather fantastic.

Presumably, Suzuki would say that once you're done turning your regular Jimny into a 'Survive,' you can park it by your equally tuned Swift Sport 'Yellow Rev.' It wouldn't be half bad for a two-car garage.

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