Australian firm TJM has released a range of 4×4 accessories for the Volkswagen Amarok, which are now available to order via the company’s website.
Volkswagen Australia accessories product and program manager Theo Kailas told CarExpert that over the past five years Amarok customers have spent an increasing amount of money on accessories.
TJM has therefore come in with a wide range of accessories for Amarok owners to purchase, if not quite as expansive a range as Volkswagen itself offers.
- Outback Bullbar
- A 4309kg winch
- Off-road side step protection
- XGS Remote suspension upgrade
- Uniden UHF radio system
- Ultima light bars integrated with the bullbar and roof rack
- RB6 Rear Protection towbar
- Yakima LockNLoad Platform
- Maxtrax boards
- Black Bear All Terrain 21-inch tyres
The TJM Outback Bullbar offers an integrated steel winch-mount, recovery points and reinforced Hi-Lift jack points. The bullbar also has dual aerial mounts as well as mounting points for driving lights and LED light bars.
TJM engineers have built the bullbar to be airbag capable and compliant with ADR regulations.
“We believe we have designed a suite of accessories that look fantastic and are in keeping with the aesthetics of Volkswagen’s outstanding vehicle design,” said Darren Piper, group merchandise manager for vehicle systems and TJM’s owner, the Aeroklas Asia Pacific Group.
“This accessory range will really help Volkswagen customers go that one step further, take the lead and transform their vehicle into a machine that will enable them to go anywhere in the great Aussie outdoors.”
For customers in Melbourne who want to preview the range of accessories, TJM will feature the accessories at the 4×4 Outdoors Melbourne Show from August 18-20.
Volkswagen also offers its customers a choice of genuine accessories including suspension lift kits, canopies, roller covers, roof racks, rooftop tents, and wheel arch flares, among others that you can check out here.
You can find more photos from TJM’s launch event via the image gallery.
Let us know in the comments below how you would kit up your 4×4.