Video: Suzuki Has Created A Concept Sedan Wagon
Suzuki has shown two concepts for the Tokyo Auto Show in late October. The first is a sedan convertible into a station wagon, and the second is an unmanned shuttle.
Suzuki Waku Spo is retro-styled with two-tone body paint, sliding rear doors and rear-view cameras on the front fenders (like mirrors on old Japanese cars). The length of the car is 3700 millimeters - slightly more than that of the Jimny SUV.
- The Waku Spo can be fitted with a separate body panel that increases the volume of the boot and allows the second row of seats to slide back to give more legroom for passengers.
- The interior is a minimalist design with multiple touch screens, head-up display and steering wheel. Technically, the transformer is an all-wheel-drive hybrid with the ability to recharge from a household network.
Suzuki Hanare is a shuttle with electric motors mounted on each axle. It is equipped with a maximum fifth level autopilot, so there are no controls in the cabin. The electric car, 3900 mm long, has only one huge lifting door, behind which there are sofas with folding tables and a large display. As conceived by the creators, such a car can be used in a taxi or car sharing.
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