Suzuki Crosshiker Concept showed ahead of 2013 Tokyo Motor Show

Article by Christian A., on October 29, 2013

Besides the X-Lander Concept, Suzuki will also bring at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show the Crosshiker Concept. Designed as a compact crossover, the Crosshiker Concept has a weight of just 810 kg and it is powered by a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that delivers a proper balance between power performance and environmental performance.

According to Suzuki, the Crosshiker, is an alternative offer of the Regina, the concept car unveiled back in 2011 at the Tokyo Motor Show, that is packed with lightweight and fuel-efficient technologies.

Moreover, the Crosshiker Concept uses the next-generation lightweight adopted for the Regina. The interior uses eco-friendly materials and evokes passion in users. Regarding its design, the Suzuki Crosshiker Concept looks impressive but we doubt the production version, if one, will show the same design. [source: Suzuki]

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