The Suzuki Jimny has long been a very popular off-roader but its popularity really skyrocketed with the introduction of the fourth-generation model in 2018. In addition, the aftermarket body kit business for Jimnys has exploded, making the adorable Japanese SUV look like something much more expensive.

Certainly, the body kits that have triggered the most headlines over the years have been those inspired by the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. A number of different tuners sell these and the Brabus G63-inspired kit of this particular Jimny is especially eye-catching.

This particular Suzuki has been listed for sale through Al Ain Class Motors in Dubai and is one of the most heavily-upgraded Jimnys that we’ve come across, as it genuinely looks like a baby G-Class.

 A Suzuki Jimny Dressed Up As Brabus G-Class Is Right At Home In Dubai

The front of the pint-sized off-roader has been transformed with new headlights and surrounds, a Mercedes-Benz style grille, enlarged air intakes, turn signals on the front quarter panels, and a hood with a massive power dome and air intake. The unnamed tuner behind the transformation has also fitted the Jimny with two pods on the roof housing LED light bars.

Other modifications made to the Suzuki include flared wheel arches, new wheels with a black finish, and large side steps. There is also a large carbon fiber rear wing mounted to the roof, a Brabus-branded spare wheel cover, and new taillights.

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The transformation continues into the cabin. The seats, lower dashboard, transmission tunnel, door panels, and steering wheel center are clad in bright blue leather while various other areas of the cabin are bathed in blue Alcantara. No mechanical modifications appear to have been made to the Jimny.

So, how much does this Jimny cost? Well, it has an asking price of 165,000 AED, the equivalent of $44,921. That’s more than double the 73,000 AED ($19,874) starting price of a standard Jimny in the UAE.