Bollywood actor John Abraham has recently donated his Maruti Gypsy to a non-profit organization in Mumbai that works for animal welfare
John Abraham is popular around the country for two big reasons. One of them is his acting skills and the second reason is his passion for automobiles. Movie Dhoom was one of the games changing movies of his carrier. John owns a lot of high-end car and bikes. And along with these high-end vehicles, he also owns some humble classic cars like Maruti Gypsy. Recently, John has donated hisMaruti Gypsy to a non-profit organization in Mumbai named as Animal Matter To Me (AMTM). The NGO thanked the actor on social media by saying that John has been a supporter of that organization from the past 5 years and his latest donation will help the cause further.
The organization will use his Maruti Gypsy for animal rescues, treatments and transportation of medial logistics between Mumbai and Kolad. It is a two-seater car with a small loading bay at the back, which will help the off-roader to serve as an ambulance or transporter of medical equipment. This specific model is the Maruti Gypsy MG413W. The SUV was first introduced in our market back in 1996 and production of the SUV continued till 2019. John purchased Maruti Gypsy in his initial modelling days, and it is one of his most beloved cars. Mechanically, Maruti Gypsy is powered by a 1.3-litre, carburetted, four-pot gasoline motor, which was capable of shredding out 61 PS of peak power.
In the year 2000, Maruti made the 1.3-litre unit fuel-injected and also tuned it a bit, allowing it to churn out a maximum power of 81 PS. The off-roader was only offered with a 5-speed MT. Moreover, the 4WD system offered with the SUV as a standard fitment along with a low-ratio gearbox. The Maruti Gypsy is one of the most capable SUVs ever made by the automaker and is preferred by a lot of rally enthusiast around the country. Other than the Maruti Gypsy, the actor also owns cars like Isuzu D-Max V-Cross, Audi Q7, Nissan GT-R, Lamborghini Gallardo. More than cars, he’s a bit crazy riding and owning high-end superbikes.