The new concept cars, available in bright Energy Yellow and Panoramic Blue colour trims, have a length of 3600 mm, width of 1600 mm and height of 1540 mm besides the 2425 mm wheelbase.

In the showcased A-Wind concept car, 185/55 R16 tyres were given on 16-inch alloy wheels. It is powered by a 3-cylinder 996 cc petrol engine that was mated to a CVT gearbox.

The passenger carmaker has awesomely designed the exteriors of the concept car. At the front, it gets twin chrome slats that stretch out till the headlights. However, the sides have smooth character lines that run from the rear to the front portion. This gives a sleek look to the car.

Another feature that may fascinate many is the pull-type door handles, which are mainly found in premium hatchbacks.

If talk about interiors, the auto firm has used light shades, giving a soothing ambience inside the car. The plastic used in the dashboard is of good quality, while the central console shares its design bits with that of incumbent hatchbacks of Suzuki.

Suzuki A-Wind concept scores high on convenience if we talk about the wider door openings and claimed best-in-class fuel efficiency.

If sources are to be believed, the concept cars are in the development phase and production of the same is expected to get under way by 2014.

JPN