India bound new gen Swift to be showcased at Japan Mobility Show
It will held at Tokyo Big Sight from 26 October to 5 November 2023.
Suzuki has teased the next generation Swift ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show. In the image released by Suzuki, the new Swift can be seen sporting a blue and black dual tone exterior with some updated design cues. While the Japanese automaker officially calls it the 'Swift Concept', it looks production ready. The next generation Swift is expected to launch sometime in 2024.
Suzuki Motor Corporation's exhibition at the JAPAN MOBILITY SHOW 2023 (organised by Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association), will held at Tokyo Big Sight from 26 October to 5 November 2023.
The theme for the Suzuki booth is “Answers for Excitement throughout the
World”. At the booth, the company will make proposals for various mobility solutions, starting with concept models of automobiles and motorcycles, as well
as next-generation mobility and outboard motors.
The company will also introduce its multi-pathway initiatives toward carbon neutrality including CBG business in India.
In the main exhibits for automobiles, the company will showcase the eVX, Suzuki’s first global strategic EV. Showcased for the first time at the Auto Expo 2023 held in January 2023 in India, its exterior has been evolved and the interior is revealed for the first time.
The eWX, mini wagon EV, is a concept model crossover of 'fun and practical mini wagon unique to Suzuki, and futuristic EV,' the press release noted.
The e EVERY CONCEPT, mini-commercial BEV van which comes equipped with a BEV system, jointly developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation, Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd., and Toyota Motor Corporation. It is proposed as a model that contributes to the local society by not only realising silent and powerful EV drive but also supplying electricity from the vehicle in case of an emergency while maintaining the user-friendliness of a mini-commercial van.
Spacia is a minicar which has a unique styling and spacious cabin. Production models including Jimny (3-door model), Hustler, and Solio are scheduled to be exhibited.
In June 2023, Suzuki signed a basic agreement with SkyDrive Inc. regarding cooperation for the manufacturing of “flying cars”. In the future, we will utilize a plant owned by the Suzuki Group in Shizuoka Prefecture, and aim to start the manufacturing of "flying cars" around spring of 2024.
The company will display a 1/5 size scale model, and introduce the initiatives of the collaboration.
Besides, this a host of products will be introduced.
In the organiser program “Tokyo Future Tour”, the KUPO will be available for test rides in the next generation mobility test ride area.
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