At the 44th Tokyo Motor Show
to be held from October 30 to November 8, 2015, Suzuki Motor Corporation will
exhibit models that represent proposals for products and technologies that give
a sense of the company’s preparations for ongoing success in the next 100
years. The show will be organised by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers
The theme for Suzuki’s booth
is “Suzuki Next 100”. Suzuki will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020.
A range of concept models will show how Suzuki can deliver wonder and enjoyment
to drivers and riders. The concept cars will include the Ignis, which gives shape
to Suzuki’s foray into the new compact crossover genre; and the Mighty Deck,
which offers new kinds of fun in the minicar segment.
The booth will also highlight
other technologies that include exhibits such as cutaway models of newly
developed engines. The Mighty Deck is a new-concept minicar offering new kinds
of enjoyment and utility. It has a canvas top and an open load deck that can be
repositioned for diverse purposes. The wide ranging functionality includes an
automatic raise/lower function for the open deck accommodates lifestyle
situations ranging from daily life to leisure.
The company will also be
showcasing the Air Triser, a newly conceived three-row compact minivan with a
private lounge. The Air Triser is a new-concept three-row compact minivan
within a manageable body size and it offers a cabin where roominess and smart
seat configurability embody the concept of a private lounge.
While the Air Triser is
parked, the seats can be configured in a relaxation mode (where the seats face
each other) or in a lounge mode (where the seats form a U-shape sofa). Users
can enjoy media content from a smartphone on a large format display that
extends from one of the B-pillars up to the roof line.
The Ignis is a new-genre
compact-crossover versatility for daily life and leisure. The IGNIS shows how a
compact car can straddle the boundary between daily life and leisure. A high
eye point and plenty of ground clearance ensure day to day convenience. They
also allow confident driving on snowy roads and rough tracks, so weekends
become a chance to enjoy the great outdoors.
There will also be an IGNIS-Trail
Concept that expands upon the IGNIS concept of urban and outdoor versatility by
offering even greater rough-road ruggedness.
Large diameter wheels and bold
wheel-arch mouldings are included in a design package that heightens
compact-crossover enjoyment by emphasizing the Ignis -Trail Concept’s outdoor
credentials. The Baleno, which recently made a world debut at the Frankfurt
Motor Show, will also be showcased.
Source: Suzuki Motor Corporation
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