Hideous or Hilarious: 7 SUVs Re-Imagined As Sedans

Seven more amazing transformations provided by Budget Direct Car Insurance, an Australian company with a vivid imagination.

Most modern crossovers are built on slightly modified car platforms. This information leads to the craziest thoughts, for example, to turn a crossover into a sedan. This is exactly what the designers from the Australian company Budget Direct did. They chose seven of the most popular crossovers and SUVs and turned them into family sedans.

Land Rover Discovery

If you take the Land Rover Discovery as a basis and turn its body into a sedan, while maintaining the style, you will get a pretty good car that could even find its buyers on the market.


“How do you create a Hummer sedan? Easy. The Hummer H2 is taken as a basis and scaled in height to become much lower. In addition, it is better to soften the wheel arches to get a friendlier look. And, of course, lower the suspension. That is all.

Ford Explorer

The modern iteration of the now-defunct Taurus sedan may look something like this. The designers took the Ford Explorer crossover as a basis, leaving it with a massive radiator grille and large headlights. The sedan received a low-waist line typical of cars from the 90s.

GMC Yukon

This is an excellent family SUV that could become a good business-class sedan. It retains its familiar grille and headlights, although their contours are slightly softened. In general, it turned out something like a Chrysler 300C.

Nissan Juke

The Nissan Juke crossover from the very beginning acquired a rather strange appearance, which, oddly enough, was liked not only by women but also by men). In the form of a sedan, however, it looks a bit ridiculous, although there is no denying that it has features of the GT-R supercar.

Jeep Wrangler

Even more strange looks sedan adopted the style of the SUV Jeep Wrangler. At the same time, however, it is also quite nice. The resulting car looks like a four-door hot rod with a retro design. Maybe this is exactly what is missing in the market?

Mercedes-Benz G-Class

Last on the list is the sedan based on the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. The latest generation of the G63 AMG version with the Panamericana radiator grille, large LED headlights, and the characteristic bumper is taken as a basis. Under the hood, of course, there should be a V8 with Biturbo.

Resources: https://journal.classiccars.com

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