Guy Creates Epic VFX Video To Sell His 1996 Suzuki Vitara

If you’re going to go through all the trouble of making a sales video for your used 1996 Suzuki Vitara, might as well go all out if you’ve got the necessary digital skills.

One Eugene Romanovsky, a visual effects artist, has placed his ’96 Vitara in all sorts of wacky environments. The clip starts off a bit tame, with the small SUV taking on terrain that it would normally be able to face.

However, after the 15-second mark, things start to get a little bit…out of hand. Let’s put it this way, have you ever seen a Suzuki Vitara driving in a pack of dinosaurs? How about participating in a Mad Max chase scene?

By the time this sales clip ends, you will have seen this old Vitara take on an avalanche, a deep sea dive, plus a space journey to the moon (and back) – with a Back to the Future-style arrival.

And to think that automakers such as BMW only went as far as to make a 6-Series visible from on-board a space shuttle. Now we know they should have launched that 6er towards the final frontier.


  • Mind Synthetic

    Brilliantly EPIC!!!

    • Bo Hanan

      He should be getting job offers from car company advertising agencies.

      • Mind Synthetic

        im more than sure he already has a job in entertainment industry.

  • Obsequious Lickspittle

    Yes, yes, but what’s the gas mileage like?
    Actually, well done that guy.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    I’d buy it because of the car itself anyways, but this takes it to a new LEVEL!

  • LOVE IT.

  • I almost want to buy his car just to ba able to tell people why I bought it.

  • Auf Wiedersehen

    Well done!

  • Infinite1

    Awesome video, really smart way to sell a car

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