The fourth generation Jimny will be offered in different colour options as two-tone schemes with black roof are certainly impressive
The all-new Suzuki Jimny will be breaking covers next month but ahead of its global debut, pictures emerged on the internet suggest what is in store for us from the iconic off-roader. The fourth generation Jimny will be offered in different colour options to attract young buyers as two-tone schemes with black roof seen in the spy pictures are nothing short of impressive.
The Brisk Blue Metallic and fluorescent yellow shade with black roof were spied signifying the upgraded exterior and they have an imposing stance. The Japanese manufacturer will also sell the Jimny in Chiffon Ivory Metallic, Medium Gray, Bluish Black pearl 3, Blueberry Purple Metallic, Silky Silver Metallic, Pure White Pearl and Superia White single-tone paint jobs.
Suzuki will make the Jimny available in a number of trims but bear in mind not everything gets a dual-tone paint scheme. The neo-retro appeal of the 2019 version has taken certain inspiration from the Mercedes G-Class while carrying forward its boxy approach to the overall design. It features vertically slated grille, round-shaped projector headlamps, a bold front bumper with wide air intake, almost flattened bonnet, chunky tyres, squared wheel arches with thick black body cladding on the Sierra model, etc.
The company has introduced several new interior bits to go in line with the exterior changes. They include a brand new touchscreen infotainment system, steering wheel with mounted controls, improved safety features, new seat upholstery, square AV vents, rotary dials on the centre stack and so on. We will get to know more about the new-gen Jimny when it supposedly debuts on July 5 in Japan and is expected to reach Europe by early next year.
As for the powertrain, it will have Suzuki’s AllGrip AWD system as standard and is speculated to get five engine options including a small R06A 0.66-litre engine for Japan, 1.2-litre K12C DualJet and 1.0-litre K10C BoosterJet engines globally, and K12B 1.2-litre petrol borrowed from the Swift and Ignis for emerging markets.
Spy Source: facebook.com/Ferdfanpage