In modern conditions, during pandemic of coronavirus, some have thought about the possibility of a zombie apocalypse. Of course, such a scenario is almost impossible, but this still affects to some ideas of customizers. One man in India decided to make a combat van Maruti Suzuki Gymni. This car turned out both cute and fighting.
The car was made by Holy Shift Garage for a TV show on a local channel. It stood motionless all the time, so the engine did not start. The owner decided to repair it, and then transform to something different.
As a result, the engine was replaced. Now it is fitted with a 1.0 liter 4-cylinder engine. The gearbox and differential was taken from Maruti Gypsy (Suzuki Jimny SJ40). Specialists upgraded the suspension and installed more durable axles.
The body got a lot of improvements. The rear windows disappeared, while an external roll cage was installed. The van uses Maxxis Trepador off-road tires. The van now can transport a motorcycle, thanks to an additional trunk. The guys also added a second roof rack to carry a motorcycle, a huge bull bar and a skid plate, six auxiliary lights up front, and an LED bar in the back.
Topping it all off is a custom paint job and a new name: Gymni. That’s a combination of the Gypsy and Omni, the two vehicles that donated essential parts for the battle van to become a reality.