Mind you, the modifications are not that drastic, but they have changed the way it looks and behaves. The zero-emission crossover has more inches between its belly and the road, courtesy of the 35 mm (1.4 in) lift kit. A very rugged rack was attached to the roof, and it has improved its hauling ability.
Turning night into day at the push of a button, or maybe at the flick of a switch, are the extra lights mounted at the front, above the license plate. Black plastic fender flares contribute to the hairy-chested makeover, and it has new wheels too, with visible rivets, and wide lips. These were wrapped in 265/40 tires from Continental on both axles, which should give it more traction once the terrain becomes sticky and/or slippery.
Delta4x4’s latest project hit the World Wide Web about a week after they presented that crazy Mercedes G-Class on tracks, which was unleashed in the Alps, with additional modifications too. Also, in case you forgot, the tuner can turn your Porsche 911 into an all-terrain sports model, in the vein of the recently-unveiled 911 Dakar. This proposal has additional lights attached to the front hood, fender flares, jacked-up stance, and new wheels shod in chunkier rubber, and it is probably one of the most interesting tuning ideas that we have seen recently.