Suzuki Mighty Deck Concept announced for Tokyo Motor Show – IAB Report
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Ahead of its world premiere at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki has unveiled the Suzuki Mighty Deck Concept, which combines both urban and outdoor styling into one concept study.
It has the standard Suzuki quirky styling seen in most of its JDM products, featuring wide-eyed triangular DRLs that enclose the headlamps, black plastic bumper with a bold chrome accent and wooden skid plate.
The rest of the exterior is finished in a bright yellow, while the A-Pillars are painted black for a floating roof impression. It measures 3395 mm in length, 1475 mm in width and 1540 mm in height.
Not much has been divulged about its interior or equipment, save for an automatic raise/lower function for the open load deck. The interior gets a generous helping of wood and silver trim, and features a BMW iDrive-esque freestanding display, 2-spoke steering wheel, and a transparent instrument display on the upper dashboard.
It’s likely that the Mighty Deck Concept will remain as a concept; serving as an instance of what the Suzuki design team is capable of.
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