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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

The uniqueness of the box-shaped car of Suzuki

Suzuki prepared a number of concept vehicles that will be on display in the near future. The release of some of the cars that was to take place at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, which will be held in late October 2015. 
Suzuki Air Triser concept is finished in a two tone red and creamy white exterior, and features sleek headlamps. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KTeIhi)
As reported Indianautosblog on Thursday, October 1, 2015, there is a concept car with eccentric shapes that will be exhibited by Suzuki called the 'Suzuki Air Triser,' a box-shaped minivan.
Suzuki Air Triser compact minivan concept dashboard. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KTeIhi)
Reportedly, this car has a seven-seat passengers with a box shape. Close-packed equivalent of two colors red and white. Fresh look. This car will be joined by two other concept vehicles, the Suzuki Ignis and Mighty Deck.
Suzuki Air Triser compact minivan concept interior. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KTeIhi)
This car has a length of 4,200 millimeters, a width of 1,695 mm and 1,815 mm high. Besides, it also comes with a slim-shaped headlight features, lower front fascia, LED taillamps, and a large alloy wheels.
The large doors slide in opposite directions, offering effortless cabin entry and egress. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KTeIhi)
The door can be opened by sliding, so passengers can enter easily and look more attractive. Entry into the cabin, equipped with wooden floors, mated with a gray dashboard. The more luxurious with stuffing the transparent instrument display, and infotainment tablet-esque screen.
Suzuki Air Triser compact minivan concept side. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KTeIhi)
This car offers three rows of seats that can be folded and arranged to offer a "private lounge". There is a separate screen located on the B pillar as entertainment control.
This car powered by the latest hybrid powertrain of Suzuki that combines a 1.4-liter petrol engine with electric motors. Those powertrain was then mated to a five-speed automatic transmission system. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | INDIANAUTOSBLOG]
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