Suzuki Air Triser compact minivan announced for Tokyo Motor Show – IAB Report

Posted on: Sep 30, 2015 - 4:25pm IST

Cabin can be configured into a private lounge.

Joining the Suzuki Ignis and Mighty Deck, Suzuki will unveil the Suzuki Air Triser minivan, which is a quirky compact minivan concept with 7-seats, at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show next month.

Suzuki Air Triser compact minivan concept front three quarter unveiled
The Air Triser concept is finished in a two tone red and creamy white exterior, and features sleek headlamps.

Measuring 4,200 mm long, 1,695 mm wide and 1,815 mm high, the Suzuki Air Triser features a typical boxy styling of a minivan, is finished in a two tone red and creamy white exterior, and features sleek headlamps, a simple lower fascia, LED taillamps and large 5-spoke alloy rims.

The large doors slide in opposite directions, offering effortless entry and egress for the cabin. Being a concept, Suzuki has gone all out with the materials and design. It has a complete wooden floor with a grey dashboard, transparent instrument display, a tablet-esque infotainment screen, and generous greenhouse for an airy cabin.

Suzuki Air Triser compact minivan concept lounge seating unveiled
The large doors slide in opposite directions, offering effortless cabin entry and egress.

It offers seats across three rows which can be folded individually and arranged to offer a “private lounge” seating. There is a separate display located on the thick B-pillar of the van for entertainment controls.

Under the hood is a hybrid drivetrain that combines a 1.4-liter petrol engine with electric motor(s), which is paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission. An electric AWD system is also available.

Suzuki Air Triser Concept – Image Gallery

Suzuki unveils Air Triser concept ahead of Tokyo debut – Press Release

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