At the Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki will present two design concepts, a technological prototype and two scooters, one electric, the other hydrogen powered.
Let’s start with the Regina, it envisions the new “global” compact vehicle, a style that breaks with more traditional models of the brand.
Very light with only 730kg, its lines offer a good aerodynamic allowing to achieve emissions below 70g/km for a consumption of 3.1l/100km with a petrol engine (type and engine capacity not specified).
The Q-Concept, a two-seater urban vehicle with a focus on functionality, small with 2.5m, it proposes multiple configurations: classic, utility mode or with two children seat in the back.
Next, the Swift will be presented in hybrid version, a range extender to be specific. This technology demonstrator called Swift Hybrid EV is the result of the developments achieved through the prototype Swift Range Extender (the car will adopt one or the other names in different countries).
This confirms the arrival of such a vehicle in the range, Suzuki (with Audi’s A1 e-tron) is among the first manufacturers that will offer a compact vehicle with a range extender.
On the two-wheeler side, no big reveal, the e-let, an electric scooter utility focused will be on display alongside the Burgmann Fuel Cell.