Suzuki has revealed three compact concepts for its 2015 Tokyo Motor Show line-up later this month.
The Ignis will be a run-of-the-mill compact car suitable for daily use and most likely come equipped with a 1,0-litre turbocharged petrol engine available with an automatic or manual transmission. A 1,2 SHVS mild-hybrid system is also rumored to be an option. An Ignis-Trail will also be made available as a crossover for the small hatch and may be available with a 4×4 drivetrain.
The Air Triser is a 4 200 mm long MPV with three rows of seats. The design is very boxy in order to create a spacious interior for the fully adjustable seating. Access to this cabin is also made easy with the help of unique sliding doors that provides access to the whole car. The Air Triser will come equipped with a 1,4-litre petrol engine in conjunction with an electric motor and a five-speed automatic transmission.
The Mighty Deck seems to be a throwback to the Suzuki Mighty Boy, a cult classic 543 cm3 micro-utility vehicle. The Mighty Deck aims to be a fun-filled minicar that is also somewhat versatile thanks to its slideable canvas roof and fully automatic open load deck. Powering the Mighty Deck will be a three-cylinder 658 cm3 turbocharged engine aided by an S-Energy Charge electric motor and an automatic transmission.
Although all of these cars seem fun in a minimalist sense, it’s likely that only the Ignis may find its way to the production line. Expect more information to be released after the official reveal at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.