Concept features an 800cc turbocharged petrol engine coupled to a new CVT transmission.
Suzuki has unveiled the new Regina Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show which could represent a new, global compact car for the Japanese brand.
The Regina Concept comes with an 800cc turbocharged petrol engine coupled to a new CVT transmission. The car features regenerative braking and a stop/start system that, along with a curb weight of just 730 kg (1606 lbs), allows it to achieve a fuel-economy rating of 3.76 liters/100 km (75 mpg imperial).
The concept measures 3,500 mm long and 1,600 mm wide and features a new manufacturing process that reduces the number of parts needed and improves rigidity. The interior also features a sloped dashboard to allow more cabin space.
This is one concept that may make production someday as a new minicar in the Suzuki lineup.