2019 Suzuki Jimny Sierra Pickup

Jan 3, 2019

Category: Rides

It wasn’t that long ago that Suzuki unveiled the long-awaited return of their tiny Jimny 4×4 SUV — just a couple of months, in fact. But that hasn’t stopped the brand from already working on custom trims and unveiling them ahead of this year’s 2019 Tokyo Auto Salon — including the Jimny Sierra Pickup Style you see before you.

As the name suggests, this little off-roader is intended to be a workhorse pickup truck done up with retro styling. Just check out those wood body panels! The tiny titan also features a 1.4-liter four-cylinder power plant, a roll bar with beefy LED floodlights, a tow hook-equipped front bumper, all-terrain tires, what looks like underbelly protection, and more. It’s unclear if this is just a concept that will fade into obscurity or if Suzuki is really planning on rolling it off the production floor. We hope it’s the latter.

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