Alto concept shown off ahead of its official launch at the Tokyo motor show
21 October 2009

Suzuki has shown off a new Alto concept car.

The near production-ready Suzuki Alto concept is part of a Suzuki diplay that has been themed as 'small cars for a big future' and which includes bikes and quirky electric wheelchairs.

The Alto promises improved fuel economy and low emissions, as well as upgraded performance thanks to its low weight. The cockpit is said to be easy to use for drivers of all ages, with lots of innovative storage space.

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5 October 2009

Great, another car thats sure to be snapped up by those with a fondness for excessive braking and driving at 30 everywhere....

5 October 2009

so if thats the new alto, whats happening with this? http://www.autocar.co.uk/suzuki/alto/

5 October 2009

indeed - another auto car gaff - seemingly scooping a car they have already reviewed and has been out and about on the roads for some time now....

5 October 2009

It looks set to be another reasonably priced car.

K_A

21 October 2009

[quote baconbutty]Great, another car thats sure to be snapped up by those with a fondness for excessive braking and driving at 30 everywhere....[/quote]Well, it is a city-car, hellllooo!

This Alto Concept looks to much like a city-car MPV, like the Hyundai i10 with it's small wheels and tall body.

21 October 2009

[quote superstevie]so if thats the new alto, whats happening with this? http://www.autocar.co.uk/suzuki/alto/[/quote]

We get the much cheapness version built in India. The Japanese get a diddy-looking but probably more sophisticated and better built version.

I miss Japanese built cars in the UK.

Where has all Japanese design went to?

16 December 2009

[quote K_A]

[quote baconbutty]Great, another car thats sure to be snapped up by those with a fondness for excessive braking and driving at 30 everywhere....[/quote]Well, it is a city-car, hellllooo!

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I'm not talking about driving in cities..

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