Suzuki Previews Three New Concept Cars Ahead of Tokyo [Photo Gallery]
First up is the Crosshiker, a three-door crossover fitted with a large panoramic roof that draws inspiration for Suzuki’s 2011 REGINA concept. It weighs only 810 kilograms (1,785 lbs) and it’s powered by a new 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine.
The second concept car is called Hustler and the company describes it as “the challenge to a new genre, a crossover that suits an active lifestyle”. Gifted with a “stylish yet practical design with plenty of SUV touches,” the Hustler features a spacious and comfortable interior.
Lastly, Suzuki will also reveal the X-LANDER, “a real 4WD hybrid with a distinctive personality” that’s based on the Jimny and comes with a 1.3-liter engine mated to a newly-developed automatically controlled manual transmission.
In addition to the three new concepts shown below, the Japanese automaker will also showcase the iV-4 concept that was introduced at Frankfurt last month, together with several motorcycles.
❐ Check out the Suzuki concept cars at Tokyo 2013 photo gallery