The Suzuki FX is one of Pakistan’s oldest mini cars that are still quite widely used in the country. Most Suzuki FXs are seen as Taxis on the roads of the country but there are still people who use it and keep it maintained.
Speaking of maintenance and modifications, someone in Rawalpindi has done the unthinkable by swapping their Suzuki FX engine with a Toyota Supra’s legendary 3000 cc 2JZ engine.
The FX in question didn’t just go through an overhaul under the hood, the owner also changed the exterior of the car to give it a sporty look.
More about the 2JZ engine
The 3.0L 3000 cc 2JZ engine was first produced in the year 1991 for Toyota Aristo. The engine shares a common bore size, bore pitch and general architecture to the 1JZ engine but has a taller block deck and connecting rods to accommodate the 14.5 mm increase in stroke from 1JZ.
The engine was later modified and released as 2JZ-GE, 2JZ-GTE, and 2JZ-FSE. The 2JZ-GTE which powers this Suzuki FX is an inline-layout, six-cylinder, belt-driven dual overhead engine. The engine was produced in 1991 until 2002 in Japan.