The car will retain the overall style, but it will become somewhat larger and more comfortable. Suzuki believes that the new product will be able to compete with the world's best sellers.
The Japanese company Suzuki is preparing a new modification of the Jimny SUV. In 2018, the legendary SUV received a new generation after 20 years. At the same time, for fans of the brand, the car decided not to radically change. He also retained the angular shape and did not receive a premium interior. Now Suzuki plans to launch the Jimny model at one of the leading car markets for itself - Indian.
Moreover, according to media reports close to the manufacturer, the car may appear in two variations at once. The new Jimny will be assembled at the Maruti Suzuki plant in the Indian city of Gujarat. At the same time, three-door models will be intended for export.
Production at a technology plant in India will allow the production of large volumes, and the cost will be significantly lower than with production at a plant in Japan.
However, information about the appearance of the Suzuki Jimny with five doors became much more interesting. The company's management is confident that such a modification will be able to lure some buyers from the Korean Hyundai Creta, which is the best seller in the segment of compact crossovers. Part of the five-door Suzuki Jimny will be intended for export to other countries.
The body of the Ferrari Monza SP2 is covered with armored film - a bewitching sight
Monza SP2 is one of the most impressive models released by Ferrari in the modern era. This is a magnificent supercar that matches the spirit of a race car, without a windshield and roof. Such a rare and expensive car is certainly worthy of a premium protective film, especially since its body is completely made of carbon fiber, a lightweight and very expensive material that was also used inside.
London-based Topaz Detailing had the opportunity to apply a protective armor film on Monza SP2, trimmed with beautiful Rosso Robina paint, reminiscent of Alfa Romeo racing cars. The body shade contrasts with the Grigio Ferro stripes.
This video is a good opportunity not only to admire the car, but also to find out what it takes to apply a protective film to almost all possible surfaces. In some areas that are more vulnerable, the guys at Topaz Detailing actually used a double layer of film and covered open carbon fiber surfaces. Even the inside of the side air vents underwent the same treatment, not to mention the headlights, side sills and a partition between the two seats.
Since the hood is huge, it is difficult to apply only one piece of protective film to such a large surface. For this reason, the Monza SP2, which you see here, actually has two pieces of armored film on the hood, although it is almost impossible to see where one ends and the other begins, since the border of the two films passes when the red paint meets the gray stripe.