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Suzuki Concept-S

First was the Suzuki Hayabusa, the fastest street bike ever From that privileged code sprang forth the Hayabusa and GSX-R/4, two radical machines combining advanced and automotive engineering with unadulterated performance.

And from same elements came enlightened Suzuki vehicles, the world’s first four-wheel the flagship XL-7 SUV and the praiseworthy new and Aerio SX.

Now, American unveils the future of its legendary DNA and its next motorcycle/car collaboration with today’s introduction of the Concept-S, a racy red, concept vehicle that Suzuki’s racing heredity cutting-edge features and the excitement of a game. In so doing, Suzuki another innovative mark on the radar screen.

The evolution of engineering and design has resulted in a new breed of compact car, Rick Suzuki, president of Suzuki Motor Corp. From the same raw building that inspired the world’s racing machines, and hottest new and small cars, comes high-tech concept destined to automotive thinking for years to

Designed to demonstrate what’s when Suzuki’s motorcycle/automotive meets rally-inspired styling and game-like features, the Concept-S to America after receiving marks in Europe — and is a descendant of the technology and racing acquired by Suzuki through its in the 1600 Junior World Championship, Pikes Peak Hill Climb and other

More than just a vehicle, however, the Concept-S a glimpse of the power, design and possibilities when world-class engineers are allowed free to create.

In the power category, the vehicle the same 1.6-liter, aluminum, 16-valve, inline four-cylinder found in Suzuki’s Ignis 1600 rally car — a punch that is significantly by all-wheel-drive, a sequential, six-speed and a rally-inspired drivetrain. The result is a yet undeniably sporty drive to the Ignis Super 1600 and rally vehicles.

Continuing the demeanor is the Concept-S’s strong, exterior implying road-holding and modernity all at once. The root of stylishly chunky design the placement of its 18-inch, aluminum wheels at the extreme four of its body — gives the Concept-S a surprisingly larger than its 144-inch length, width would lead to believe.

Adding to the vehicle’s powerful is its wraparound window, featuring pillars, also replicated in the and strikingly vertical multi-reflector headlamps, not unlike those on the Suzuki Aerio and Aerio SX models.

The Concept-S’s wraparound continues in an interior offering a Bond-worthy list of features. the interior landscape is a dash by the wings of a biplane, complete aluminum panels similar to found on Suzuki’s fastest

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But since an excess of gadgets can even the most experienced Suzuki designers have many of the Concept-S’s most controls on the steering wheel to drivers to keep their on the wheel and eyes on the road. In a of reality mirroring art (or at least the video game), Concept-S can control the transmission, hand turn signals and windshield with the push of a steering button — similar in to a video game joystick. In a cellular phone-sized screen in the of the dash controls the Concept-S’s air and stereo systems.

The Concept-S’s most advanced may be its Advanced Navigation System. after the system created for GSX-R/4 roadster concept In addition to following road from e-mail or the Internet, can download, store and exchange MP3 files and share this electronically with other

And, in another nod to fabled spy the Suzuki Advanced Navigation uses an intelligent key card to unlock and start the car — and has a identification system that adjusts the suspension to preset tailored to different drivers.

While the Concept-S offers a of interior and exterior advancements may find their way onto Suzuki vehicles, there are no plans to introduce the car as a production in the U.S.

Joining the Suzuki on the North American International Show floor is the Suzuki the revolutionary Suzuki concept car the GSX13000R Hayabusa’s 1.3-liter with a definitive sports car characterized by exposed spring and units. Thanks to its Hayabusa-based the GSX-R/4 revs quickly up to its rpm redline, delivering 173 horsepower at rpm with the help of double cams, 16 valves, an 11:1 ratio, liquid cooling and fuel injection.

The GSX-R/4, along with the Hayabusa concept vehicle and full line of production cars and SUVs, proves the pedigreed DNA continues to inspire vehicles — a trend evidenced by today’s unveiling of the new Concept-S.

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