The Suzuki Air Triser Concept will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show and its main draw is its novel configurability. Powered by a 1.4-liter (1,372cc) inline 4-cylinder which works with a hybrid system, this tiny van has a five-speed transmission that’s connected to an all-wheel drive (AWD) system.
There’s no mistaking its looks which hark back to older Volkswagen vans. It has that groove alright, but it still looks modern,
It truly is tiny. Its length is 13-feet and it’s only 6 & 1/2-feet wide and 5.9-feet tall. That’s smaller than a Ford Focus. Despite this, it’s a three-row tiny van that has a multi-adjustable interior. It’s built to become a lounge, so long as the Suzuki Air Triser Concept is not moving.
While this concept looks almost production-ready, it’s doubtful it will make it to production.
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If you look carefully where the black panel and Suzuki emblem is, that area becomes a multimedia interface.
The wooden floor is not only a unique design for this vehicle, other automakers are beginning to incorporate wood into future deigns of other vehicles worldwide.