At the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki managed to impress with all the models they presented. To be more precise there were automobiles, motorcycles, power-assisted bicycles and electric wheelchairs and the theme was small cars for a big future. The Alto concept developed by Suzuki has a styling that appeals to people regardless of age and gender making it outstanding proposition for motorists who want mini-vehicle economy and convenience. The model offers convenience for people of all ages with highly legible speedometer, an easy-to-use floor-mounted shifter and user-friendly switches and storage spaces. Thanks to its low weight, the model is capable of incredible fuel economy and environmentally sensitive low-emission performance that will be very important in the future.
We are pleased to inform you that Suzuki will have a major presence at the Tokyo Motor Show 2009, which will be held at the Makuhari Messe International Convention Complex in Chiba City from 21 October to 4 November 2009. It will be organized by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association.
At the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show, the Suzuki booth will bring together automobiles, motorcycles, power-assisted bicycles, and electric wheelchairs under an overall theme of "small cars for a big future". As well as showing Suzuki products, it will highlight the company`s future-oriented initiatives. Visitors will see how Suzuki`s automaking spirit and technologies realize exciting lifestyle possibilities.
All-New Alto Concept
The all-new Alto Concept points to the future of the minivehicle by combining newly honed performance with minivehicle economy and user-friendliness. Styling that appeals to people regardless of age and gender makes the Alto Concept an outstanding proposition for motorists who want minivehicle economy and convenience. A big, simple, highly legible speedometer, an easy-to-use floor-mounted shifter, and user-friendly switches and storage spaces realize convenience for people of all ages. And low weight reflects a concerted effort to realize fuel economy and environmentally sensitive low-emission performance at levels that will be demanded in the years ahead.
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