“It’s the content that counts, not the packaging.” Vagabund, the famous Austrian engine tuner, certainly kept this saying in mind when they decided to venture into the automobile industry. In fact, the model they decided to work on was nothing of a trivial choice. A symbol of an outdated Moscow-based automobile industry, the Lada Niva has remained close to a few car lover’s hearts. Being both solid and inexpensive, as well as aesthetically pleasing, the Lada Niva currently gets a new lease of life among experienced collectors. Vagabund hence decided to “pimp this ride” into an off-road version of itself anchored into “cool culture”. It should be noted that motorbikes are not forgotten: a specific coupling was designed in order to carry any two-wheeler. If you give in to temptation, note that in its normal state, the energy balance of the engine (which was conceived in the 80s) has very little chance to be approved for today’s roads. Except it you go for an LPG conversion – or why not go electric?