Suzuki Unveils The All New ALTO

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Published on November 30th, 2013 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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Suzuki Unveils The All New ALTO

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Suzuki has revealed a fresh new five-door city-hatch concept that previews a replacement for the Japanese small-car brand’s smallest model, the Alto. Unveiled at the opening of the 30th Thailand International Motor Expo in Bangkok, the Suzuki A:Wind concept will morph into a production model next year. Suzuki has also confirmed the production version of the A:Wind will be produced in Thailand for export globally and not in India where the previous Alto was built. Painted in ‘Energy Yellow’ and ‘Panoramic Blue’, the A:Wind continues the Alto’s pint-size formula but is 100mm longer at 3600mm long.

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Curiously, however, its wheelbase is 75mm shorter at 2425mm, while width is unchanged at 1600mm and height increases by 70mm to 1540mm.

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Also following the Alto formula, the front-wheel drive show car is powered by a 996cc petrol engine, matched with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), and rides on 185/55 R16 tyres. The five-seat A:Wind features a unique grille with two chrome bars stretching inside the headlights and a functional yet classy two-tone interior that Suzuki says offers more space between the front and rear seats and class-leading boot capacity.

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