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Suzuki Teases iK-2, iM-4 Concepts Ahead Of Geneva: New Jimny? Photo:
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Trevor Collett | Feb, 07 2015 | 1 Comment

Suzuki will unveil a pair of new concepts at next month’s Geneva Motor Show, with one described by the Japanese carmaker as “an iconic 4x4”.

Called the iM-4 concept, the model is described as “an all-new proposal from Suzuki, packed with its compact 4x4 DNA and new technologies.

Styling is said to be “distinctive”, following a theme called “Shape the Inspiration”.

Suzuki fans are buzzing at the news, which hints at a preview for the next-generation Jimny off-roader.

If the shadowy teaser is anything to go by, the Jimny’s new look will be a radical departure from the relatively simple ‘boxy’ styling it currently carries.

The Jimny recently made its return to the Australian market following a forced stint on the sideline due a lack of standard electronic stability control (ESC).

Suzuki iK-2 Concept
Suzuki iK-2 Concept

Returning as a refreshed model, the Jimny has just entered its 17th year on the market in one form or another.

Upon promising a replacement, Suzuki also reportedly promised that the new Jimny would not become a ‘soft-roader’ - instead retaining its rugged off-road ability.

Joining the iM-4 in Geneva will be the iK-2 concept; described as a compact-sized car designed under the theme “Harmonised Force”.

Further details on either concept are scarce, with more information to follow in the weeks leading up to Geneva.

Stay tuned to TMR for more.

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