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TOKYO: Suzuki Kizashi 2 Concept

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Flybrian    0

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Suzuki Kizashi 2 Concept
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After wowing the car world with Concept Kizashi at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, Suzuki will unveil Concept Kizashi 2 – a crossover sports wagon – at Tokyo Motor Show.

The Kizashi 2 design conveys the dynamism of a top athlete and inspires a powerful sense of excitement.

Conceived for energetic people from all walks of life, Concept Kizashi 2 has an aesthetically pleasing form that reflects a dual focus on status and vitality in a way that generates excitement about its performance and heightens the pleasure of ownership.

Under the bonnet a 3.6-litre V6 – the biggest engine ever used by Suzuki – is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission for powerful acceleration and superb levels of performance.

As announced at Frankfurt last month, Suzuki engineers are also pursuing solutions such as hybrid technologies for the mid-size concept programme.

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The 3.6l is likely the GM HF 3.6l mated to a Hydramatic 6-speed AT. We'll have more details closer to the show. Stay tuned!

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loki    291

someone chop this into a g6...

shouldn't be too hard.

the high belt line ... it's alot for safety, but i think it's a sad thing to see washing over all new products

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Bimmer325    18

This new breed of "crossover sports wagons" (see BMW X6, and (to a lesser extent), Infiniti EX) has me completely and utterly uninterested.

At some point, the blurring of lines between market segments became ridiculous. The result is a bunch of cars that are merely okay at a doing some things and good at nothing. How exciting.

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