Suzuki has revealed three concepts that will share the spotlight in January at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

Suzuki has revealed three concepts that will share the spotlight in January at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

First up, the Hustler Rough Road Style is a rugged take on the funky crossover and comes with an increased ground clearance, off-road tires, caged-in headlights, and aluminum underbody protection. The concept is finished in yellow with a black roof and has its name written in a splash of colors on the doors and hood.

Up next is the Alto Works GP that can be considered as a racier iteration of the Alto Works production model we talked about a couple of days ago. The body wears an electric blue paint coat mixed up with some acid green accents inspired by Suzuki’s MotoGP bike which will also be displayed at the show. It’s also got a carbon fiber hood and appears to have a sportier suspension matched with some chunkier wheels.

Last but not least, the Ignis Water Activity comes with an army green matte paint combined with subtle orange accents. It was designed for adventurous people as it comes with a roof-mounted canoe also finished in orange. Suzuki added a metallic underbody protection and installed a larger set of glossy black alloy wheels. This is basically a derivative of the Ignis Trail concept shown a few months back, only this time with a different finish.

All three Suzuki concepts will go live at the Tokyo Auto Salon starting January 15.

Source: Suzuki

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