Suzuki has a lot in store for us at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. The Japanese automaker will have a total of 19 vehicles on display including the Jimny and Swift, together with the brand's popular kei-car models. Aside from the road-going production models, however, Suzuki also has some cool, funky, and cute concept cars that will headline their display.
Out of the five concepts Suzuki previewed, two really stand out from the rest. The first is this (picture in main), the retro-modern Waku Spo Concept. Details about the neo-retro concept car are still scarce at the moment. But, the automaker did give us a brief description of the concept car. According to Suzuki, it's a compact plug-in hybrid where “everyone can share fun, excitement, anywhere, anytime.” Furthermore, the company adds it has a switch that alters “body shape, front mask, and content shown on the dashboard”. They didn't say how, but we're curious to see.
Following the Waku Spo Concept is the Hanare Concept – a boxy van with tiny windows on the side. Because of its design, it makes the Hanare Concept look rather big. Unlike the retro-themed Waku Spo concept, however, the Hanare is a fully autonomous vehicle. It's also a lot more spacious with Suzuki referring to it as a mobile room.
Aside from the futuristic concepts, Suzuki will also bring a pair of Hustler concepts to the Tokyo Motor Show. The first is a rather tame concept which gives the compact four-door off-roader subtle mods over the standard Hustler. The other is a more customized version that features a roof rack, orange painted wheels and side decals.
The last is the Every Combi, which is probably the most oddball concept out of the five. It was developed in collaboration with baby product brand Combi. Simply put, it is a commercial vehicle that doubles as a diaper changing and breastfeeding room.