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May 3, 2019, 4:30 p.m. EDT

Russian Federation : Volkswagen Amarok turned into a broad two-meter SUV

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May 03, 2019 (Euclid Infotech Ltd via COMTEX) -- German tuning studio Delta4x4 has prepared an extreme version of the Volkswagen Amarok pickup. The car has become 200 millimeters wider, and its height has increased by 250 millimeters (up to 2154 and 2084 millimeters, respectively). The pickup got a 10-centimeter "elevator", as well as a set of off-road springs and Bilstein shock absorbers that make the car taller by another four centimeters. In addition, the Amarok was equipped with 20-inch aluminum alloy wheels and 35-inch toothed Cooper tires. Due to them, the height of the machine will increase by another 10 centimeters.

Also for the car you can order a set of tires 33-inch Yokohama tires, which will cost 4,500 euros (with wheels) or nearly 325 thousand rubles at the current rate. Additionally, the novelty has massive wheel arch extensions, a power bumper with additional lighting, a LED chandelier and a black-and-red matte body color. There is no information about the technical stuffing of the tuned version. In Russia, the model is available with diesel engines rated at 140, 180 and 224 power. The most affordable option costs from 2.4 million rubles, and the top one - 3.9 million rubles. In the amount of refinement Delta4x4 will cost 8.3 thousand euros (600 thousand rubles).

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