At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Suzuki Motor Corporation will hold the global premiere of its all-new small and stylish SUV model.
The new five door car is named Vitara and it marks the return of the famous badge first used by Suzuki more than 25 years ago, also on a small SUV.
The Vitara is the production model based on the iV-4 concept; which was first exhibited at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013.
Suzuki Swift SZ-L Special Edition has been unveiled and it was also announced by the brand that the customers won’t wait longer until its sale starts on 1st of March this year. The model will have a very limited production run of only 500 units.
Precisely, the special edition is based on the 1.2-litre SZ3 model, but as one might guess, it adds more equipment and features which were designed to improve the sporty and fun to drive character of Swift. As a basis, all Swift SZ3 models come equipped with seven airbags, ESP, air conditioning, USB port and Bluetooth as standard.
The new SX4 S-Cross goes on sale on 1 October and Suzuki is pleased to offer its immediate availability on the Motability scheme and with a good selection of low advance payments. Priced from just £399 for the SZ3 model, the SX4 S-Cross has room for five and a large boot capacity of 430 litres offering ample space for a wheelchair as well as luggage.
Suzuki is pleased to announce that the world premiere of its new compact SUV concept model, the iV-4, will take place at the 65th IAA Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2013.
Since launching the LJ series in 1970, Suzuki has expanded its SUV line-up with the Vitara in 1988, Jimny in 1998, and Grand Vitara in 2005. As a compact SUV pioneer, Suzukiintroducesthe iV-4, a concept model that embodies a new automotive idea: the personal compact SUV.
The production model of Suzuki’s all-new C-segment crossover will be making its world premiere at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show, which will be held from 5th to 17th March.
The C-segment crossover model is based on the concept car S-Cross initially introduced at the Paris Motor Show in September 2012.
Suzuki Australia will be celebrating the depth and heritage of its entire brand offering at the 2012 Australian International Motor Show with products from Suzuki Cars, Motorcycles and Marine on display.
The headlining act of the Suzuki stand will definitely be a vehicle though with a one-off Suzuki Swift from its chief engineer Naoyuki Takeuchi taking centre stage and giving an insight into the future design and engineering for Suzuki’s number one vehicle globally.
There’s something about the Suzuki Regina Concept that we like. A lot. For starters, it has a white roof. What’s cool about that, you ask? Well, after Ford stole the idea from Mini for the Flex, nothing. But darn it if it doesn’t look good here. With those rear fender skirts, we’re actually seeing a good bit of Citroën DS in Suzuki’s stylish little econobox, and as we all know, the DS is the most beautiful car of all time.
The Regina Concept, on the other hand, is just an idea for a 1,600-pound sedan that gets 75 miles per gallon. Suzuki didn’t share details about the powertrain, but Autocar is reporting that the Regina Concept is powered by a turbocharged, 800-cc gasoline engine, and uses both start-stop and regenerative braking tech to achieve such lofty fuel economy.
A car that light could be powered by a leaf blower and still be fun to drive, so we’re giving this one a thumbs up. Go ahead and build it, Suzuki, because you know someone will figure out a way to put a small-block Chevy in it.