India-bound Suzuki iK-2 Concept leaked [Updated with new pic]

Posted on: Mar 3, 2015 - 3:44am IST

Update – @SuzukiCars has posted another image today showing both Geneva Motor Show concepts – iK-2 and iM-4 – from a dress rehearsal, a day before their unveiling.

Suzuki iK-2 and Suzuki iM-4 revealing spyshot

Production version to be unveiled later in the year.

According to @SuzukiCars Instagram page, this is the first official image of the Suzuki iK-2 concept which will be revealed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show that begins on March 3 (Tuesday).

Suzuki says the iK-2 is “an ideal compact car” with “Harmonised Force” as its central theme. The company adds that the iK-2 “raises compact car values to the limit”.

Suzuki iK-2 concept side leaked image
Like the iM-4, the iK-2 also looks near-production, with a U-shape grille and production-ready bumper with conventional foglamps.

The iK-2 is Maruti’s next hatchback which is in development under the codename ‘Maruti YRA’. The Swift+ segment vehicle would be roughly 90 kg lighter than the Swift, but would come with a new 1.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine, apart from a diesel engine.

The production car would be wider than the Swift, and the interior was spied last year carrying an integrated 2-DIN music system, cruise control, keyless entry with a push-button starter, electrically adjustable and folding door mirrors and at least two airbags.

Suzuki iK-2 concept rendering side view
Enhanced teaser image of the Suzuki iK-2 concept.

Expect the iK-2 to metamorphose into a showroom-ready model during the second half of the year.

[Source – Instagram.com]

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3 thoughts on “India-bound Suzuki iK-2 Concept leaked [Updated with new pic]

  1. Anand K Balasubramanian says:

    Pretty good .. this would resolve the rear seat leg room space which Swift doesn’t have..

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  2. hi2aravind says:

    Looks good..

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  3. Joy says:

    this should have come on the ciaz platform rather than the swift platform.. maruti suzuki has never given value-for-money products.. it has given inferior products at lower prices.. i wont buy that..

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