Suzuki has revealed the Ignis concept ahead of a public premiere scheduled for the Tokyo Motor Show (29 Oct – 8 Nov).

The company’s still coy on details as it only says the car shows “how a compact car can straddle the boundary between daily life and leisure” and that “a high eye point and plenty of road clearance ensure day-to-day convenience.”

We are not exactly sure if this is a concept car, as the Japanese company refers to the model, because it appears to be a near production ready version of the iM-4 concept seen earlier this year. It features the same design as the study with the only notable changes being the headlights graphics, the side mirrors shape and rear bumper design.

The interior is dominated by a central tablet-style display for the infotainment system, while it also features a two-tone dashboard and an automatic gearbox.

Word on the street is indicating the vehicle will be offered with a 1.0-liter turbocharged engine, as well as 1.2-liter unit with the SHVS mild-hybrid system. Front-wheel drive will be standard, while 4x4 system will be optionally available.

Gallery: Suzuki Ignis goes official ahead of Tokyo premiere

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