Suzuki has announced a series of cars which are going to be revealed at Tokyo Motor Show. This 44th exhibition will start by the end of this month and will last for 10 days. At the event, this Japanese company will cover a wide range of electric vehicles and concept cars. As the automaker will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020, the theme of the booth at this motor show is going to be ‘Suzuki Next 100’ and will give an insight as to what Suzuki has to offer in next 100 years.
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The display booth of Suzuki at the event will showcase the Mighty Deck, a concept mini car, having a sleek canvas top and an adjustable open deck. The vehicle will be accompanied by a 3-door compact minivan named “Air Triser”. It has got its interiors inspired by the private lounge concept and will include a display screen encompassing the area from one of the B-pillar to the ceiling.
Another concept car to look out for will be the IGNIS, which is being viewed as Suzuki’s contender into the new compact-crossover category. Focus has been kept on off road performance for this automobile.
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Although the eye catcher for the automaker is the launch of its two new models namely Baleno and Escudo. Models like the Swift, Solio, Solio Bandit and the SX4 S-Cross will also be displayed here. The yet-to-be-launched Baleno, has already caused buzz among car enthusiasts and will come with two options for the buyer in regards to engine specifications. One option will be the newly developed 1.0-litre turbocharged BoosterJet engine and the other one, 1.2-litre Dualjet. Escudo (known as Vistara outside Japan) is pegged to be a big hit with four-wheel drive offering extra-ordinary off-road capabilities. While Baleno is a hatchback, Vistara will be a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV). Small cars like the Wagon R, Spacia, Hustler, Alto, Alto Lapin, Jimny and Spacia will also get a substantial space in the exhibit.[“source-cardekho”]