Slew of Suzuki Concept Cars Set for Tokyo Debut, O-Kei?
Slew of Suzuki Concept Cars Set for Tokyo Debut, O-Kei?These are so cute. more
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In addition to the e-Survivor, an electric off-roader with a traditional frame that draws inspiration from the brandâ€™s Suzuki, Jimny and Vitara models, Suzuki has several other world debuts scheduled for this yearâ€™s Tokyo Motor Show.
Full details havenâ€™t been released yet, but hereâ€™s what we know now about the Japanese automaker is revealing.
Kicking things off is the Spacia Concept, a tall miniwagon in the Japanese kei-car segment. It features a roomy interior afforded by its low floor and boxy exterior. For easy access, each side features a sliding door. According to the company it, â€śâ€¦offers a sense of excitement and fun.â€ť
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The Spacia Custom takes whatâ€™s offered by the Standard Spacia Concept and ups the style factor. Dressed up with a prominent grille as well as a black roof and mirror housings, itâ€™s even more distinctive than its sibling.
Next up, the XBEE â€“ thatâ€™s cross-bee â€“ a small crossover-wagon that supposedly creates a whole new segment. Its spacious interior and overall packaging are borrowed from the wagon segment, while the off-road capability and tough styling are, naturally, inspired by SUVs.
The XBEE Outdoor Adventure model is designed for activities in nature, itâ€™s aimed particularly at adults that love camping. Itâ€™s also supposedly more elegant and fun than the standard model.
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But thatâ€™s not all! Suzuki will also reveal a third version of this segment-redefining concept. The XBEE Street Adventure is decidedly more at home in urban areas than the great outdoors, with styling thatâ€™s bolder and more fashionable, though we’re sure the changes here are, at most, minor.
Finally, the company is also set to unveil a new version of the Carry, a kei-segment utility truck. The Carry Open-Air Market Concept may be the coolest design study set to be shown by Suzuki in Tokyo this year, simply because itâ€™s so functional. This little pickup features additional interior space and a more user-friendly design than before. Itâ€™s ideally suited as an open-air truck or even a mobile shop, but use-cases are nearly endless.
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