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Suzuki: new prototypes for the Tokyo Motor Show 2015

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Published at Tuesday, May 03rd 2016, 04:44:59 AM by Leonard J. Martinez. Suzuki.

Suzuki presented at the Tokyo Motor Show your Mighty Deck Ignis-Trail and Air Triser three prototypes of future urban combining functionality and technology. "Next Suzuki 100". With this motto the Japanese automaker already started the countdown to the celebration of its 100th anniversary next year dated 2020. In order to be ready by then a whole array of technology and product with the face as advertised Today those responsible "the next 100 years of the company" Suzuki has now leveraging the imminent opening of the Tokyo Motor Show three new concept cars with which begin to lay the foundations for its future range. As it has become customary in the mark in all these prototypes confluence of three values: eminently urban character of their vehicles good space and functionality and versatility.

Suzuki Mighty Deck Concept

You probably will not sound here in Europe the name Mighty Boy but it was a nice pick-up urban marketed the brand in the 80s and had remarkable success in the Japanese market. Well as a tribute to his popularity Suzuki introduced the Mighty Deck a concept car very similar. Encompassed in one category in Japan is known as "kei car" (very small urban vehicles suitable for transporting passengers who pay very little tax) this prototype measures just 3.39 meters in length 1.48 in width and 1.54 high.

Although very small the Suzuki Mighty Deck versatility promises to have as good a pick-up box paneled back and able to actively adapt to different space needs. Through mobile panels vary their height and loading areas and also allows folding the front passenger seat for even more leave more floor space.

The Suzuki Mighty Deck is also a semi-roadster with a roof similar to the Fiat 500C canvas and equip a small gasoline engine 3-cylinder 658 cm3 with a small electric motor to become hybrid.

Suzuki Air Triser

If you think a minivan just 4.2 meters long can not accommodate 7 passengers guaranteed you have not seen the Suzuki Air Triser concept also presented at the Tokyo Motor Show. This is a small mini van with three rows of seats completely configurable: offers from a "relaxation" mode in which the rear seats are fully faced up to a "Lounge" mode in which virtually adopt a formation shaped sofa "U". Of course you have sliding side doors.

The Suzuki Air Triser offering a wide width of 1.82 meters and a height of almost 1.70 fitted under the hood a gasoline engine only 1.4 liter engine also supported by an electric motor. Its gearbox is 5-speed automatic.

Suzuki Ignis-Trail Concept

Along with the new Ignis the new generation of a utility model and production of only 3.70 meters and gasoline engine 1.2 liter with CVT and electric support Suzuki presented at the Tokyo Motor Show concept car Ignis- Trail based on the model but with an orientation of crossover. It is basically a custom prototype for a more rugged look and off-road character.

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Suzuki Ignis Trail Concept Images
Suzuki Air Triser Interior
Suzuki Ignis Trail Concept Dashboard

The future Suzuki Ignis-Trail which could mount even total traction wheel arches has protections specific tires roof bars and orange decorations both outside and inside.

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