The end result is a 22-inch rim that looks like a 17-inch one, which kind of defeats the purpose fitting larger wheels and ruining the ride in the first place.
As for the body kit, we're not 100% sure it was made by Progressive Autosports either. The same design was seen on a black G63 with Forgiato wheels done by the Japanese at Office-K. It's actually made by local tuners Black Bison. They have a distinctive style for the redesign of the lower air vents which they use on everything from Lexus to BMW and Mercedes vehicles.
The Black Bison kit comprises of front and rear bumpers headlight cover, rear door panel, fender extensions and carbon-fiber hood with air vents. Office-K also added a carbon fiber interior, changed everything about the headlights to the most up-to-date technology and added a Miracle Square six-tip exhaust.
Of course, we can't really tell if they've done anything to the interior in this case. But we hope you agree this is the wrong way to tune a G-Wagon.