Suzuki Jimny Pickup Truck Concept Looks Rugged

The pickup truck concept of the mega-popular Suzuki Jimny oozes ruggedness. Digital automobile artists have a tendency to conceptualize unique iterations of familiar vehicles. This latest pickup truck avatar of the Suzuki Jimny is a prime example of it. Jimny is available in the 5-door configuration in our market for the first time in its over 5-decade-long history. Indians prefer practicality which is why Maruti Suzuki brought the 5-door version. For now, let us take a look at the details of this attractive digital rendition.

Suzuki Jimny Pickup Truck Concept

This rendering stems from SRK Designs on YouTube. The artist has gone into the depths of their creativity to ensure that it looks butch. At the front, there is a stylized chrome grille with vertical slats, round LED headlamps with integrated LED DRLs, an upright bonnet with a specific scoop, a sturdy bumper with LED fog lamp housing and a solid skid plate to accentuate the adventurous nature. On the sides, the onlookers get greeted by colossal squared wheel arches, massive off-roading tyres, elegant alloy wheels, barebones side steps to enhance the ingress and egress characteristics for the passengers, 2-door layout, iron rod in the cargo compartment and a tough roof. All in all, this concept of the Jimny looks original.


Maruti Jimny has a 1.5-litre K15B petrol engine which produces 103 hp and 134 Nm of peak power and torque. You can opt for either a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic transmission. To ensure optimal power distribution to all four wheels, the SUV employs Suzuki’s trademark ALLGRIP PRO 4×4 system with a handy low-range transfer case and a locking differential. Notably, the Jimny boasts a ground clearance of 210 mm, coupled with impressive approach, breakover, and departure angles of 36°, 24°, and 50°, respectively. In terms of pricing, it ranges from Rs 12.74 lakh to Rs 14.95 lakh, ex-showroom.

Author’s Note

We appreciate the efforts digital automobile artists put into their renditions. It gives us a way to break the monotony and visualize a familiar vehicle in a completely different version. It takes talent to re-design an established vehicle even if it is in the virtual realm. Hence, we commend the work of the artist and wish to see more such enticing renditions of prominent cars going forward.

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