SUZUKI will be showing a concept version of its next generation Swift hatchback at the Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo.
The company will also be displaying a number of other models at the show including its eVX compact SUV - its first global strategic EV.
The Swift concept keeps to Suzuki's strategy of ‘Drive and Feel' and Suzuki says it adds fun to people's daily lives.
It is equipped with a host of advanced safety technologies including dual sensor collision mitigation braking, adaptive high beam and a driver monitoring system and is powered by a high-efficiency engine designed to strike a balance between driving performance and fuel efficiency.
As well as the eVX - which has a range of up to 310 miles on a full charge - Suzuki will also be showing its eWX mini all-electric MPV EV concept, a mini-commercial EV van, equipped with a BEV system, jointly developed by Suzuki, Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd., and Toyota Motor Corporation.
It will also be putting on display a hydrogen fuel cell cargo dolly designed to help auto factories achieve carbon neutrality.
Suzuki says it is conducting research and development of hydrogen engines as one of a number of initiatives for realising carbon neutrality.
Other exhibits include a flying car which it is developing in conjunction with SkyDrive Inc. and slated to go into production early in 2024.