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Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept unveiled before 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept

Along with Mighty Deck concept and new Ignis, Suzuki will display Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show opening its doors on October 28, 2015.

Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept is a compact three-row minivan with 7 seater arrangement. With a boxy exterior, interiors are spacious with seating that can be arranged according to mode with seats facing each other or in a U shape.

The large sliding door provides easy ingress and egress while interiors are dominated by a large screen extending from one of the B pillars to the ceiling. This large LCD screen and multimedia system can connect to any mobile device while sound is offered via hi-fi audio. Interiors are finished in quality fabric on seats and walls along with imitation parquet flooring.

Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept

Versatile seating arrangement inside the new Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept.

Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept is powered by a 1,372cc inline 4-cylinder, dual-jet petrol engine, along with an electric hybrid system. This setup is mated to an “Allgrip” five-speed transmission sending power to all four wheels. Measuring 4,200 mm long, 1,695 mm wide and 1,815 mm tall, the Air Triser sits on multi spoke alloy wheels with red accents and receives LED technology on both head and tail lamps.

At the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki booth will feature a theme ‘Suzuki Next 100’ which celebrates Suzuki’s 100 years in 2020.  Products on display will be a reflection of what Suzuki has to offer over next 100 years with an array of electric vehicles to concept cars promised.



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