A German tuner, Delta 4x4, has beefed up a Volkswagen Amarok and it looks quite impressive. Would you agree?
The double-cab bakkie market is hotting up with the introduction of some striking product. Isuzu recently introduced the D-Max Arctic AT 35 in South Africa which is significantly wider (180 mm) with an increased ride height of 48 mm compared with the standard D-Max 4x4 LX derivative.
Also, Ford will introduce the Raptor on local soil this month which will undoubtedly have bakkie enthusiasts salivating. Nonetheless, it’s interesting to see what potential lies in the Volkswagen Amarok. Delta 4x4, a German tuner, created this beefed up version of the Amarok.
Fitted with a two-tone body wrap, modified front bumper, LED light bars and flared wheel arches which house 20-inch wheels shod with 35-inch Cooper rubber, this Amarok looks ready to take on the world. More so, the ride height has been raised substantially and Bilstein shock absorbers have allowed it to stand some 100 mm higher off the ground than a standard Amarok.
Do you like the look of this Amarok? Share your thoughts in the comments below…