Headquartered out of Kanagawa, Japan, DAMD Inc. is an automotive outfit that specializes in producing body kits for a wide range of mostly domestic vehicles. And the latest machine to be re-skinned by the Japanese firm is the Suzuki Every van, which has just been bestowed with an off-road-focused Land Rover Defender-inspired body set.
Leaning into the already boxy nature of the pint-sized donor van, DAMD’s WAGON little D. kit sees the Every donor treated to a squared-off front-end that’s modeled directly after a ‘90s era Land Rover Defender. Equipped with circular headlights and a slatted square grille, the new front-end sits above a custom bumper that packs an integrated set of auxiliary lights. Alongside the main body kit, DAMD is also offering a host of supplementary options for the little D. Such as side protectors, a decal kit, an HID H4 conversion, and a rear bezel sensor kit, just to name a few. DAMD is also producing a plaid seat cover kit for the Suzuki that gives its interior an unmistakably vintage-inspired aesthetic.
In a bid to increase the 4WD minivan’s go-anywhere capabilities and Overlanding potential, DAMD has also built out a special version of the little D. that gains a host of off-roading parts and essentials. Riding on a set of vintage-inspired eight-arm wheels wrapped in Toyo Open Country R/T rubber, this dirt-ready one-off sees its existing lighting supplemented via a pair of PIAA spotlights mounted on a rack just above the windshield. That rack has been joined by a set of side roof racks that now accommodate a shovel and a pull-out awning. The top of the Suzuki has also been gifted a hard-shelled pop-up roof.
The DAMD Inc. Suzuki Every WAGON little D. is available for preorder now, with pricing starting at $2,925 for the unpainted body kit and going up to $6,897 when equipped with every available option.