Under the themes “Let’s create a brand new story” and “small cars for a big future”, the Japanese carmaker has focused on cars which it says, “tell a story”.
The Crosshiker is a compact crossover that focuses on weight reduction with a “highly-efficient” power train. It was first exhibited as the Regina concept in Tokyo in 2011 and the G70 concept elsewhere.
Power for the Crosshiker comes from a 1.0 litre three-cylinder engine, with the compact concept weighing just 810kg.
Suzuki is trying to kick-start a new genre with its Hustler and Hustler Coupe concepts, which the carmaker says is a “mini-car with SUV touches for people who love the outdoors”. Powertrain details for the Hustler twins are unknown at this stage.
Stay tuned to TMR for more news from the Tokyo Motor Show, which runs from November 23 to December 1.