The production car, which will take the Ignis name in Japan, has already been confirmed for UK sale but a timescale and badge for the car in this country have yet to be decided.
Suzuki says the Ignis compact crossover 'shows how a compact car can straddle the boundary between daily life and leisure'.
Although the Japanese firm hasn’t released details of the car’s powertrain, the iM-4 concept featured a 1.2-litre petrol engine as part of a mild hybrid set-up.
The conceptual version also offered four-wheel drive, and was based on a new lightweight platform which was claimed to improve handling and increase rigidity.
Suzuki has also shown an off-road-inspired version of the Ignis in Tokyo. Dubbed the Trail Concept, the car features body cladding, larger wheels and extended wheel arches, as well as roof rails.