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  Suzuki Concept S2

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Country of origin:Japan
Produced in:2003
Introduced at:2003 Frankfurt Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionThe Concept-S2 is a compact 4-seater convertible which inherits and builds upon the development concept of its predecessor, the Concept-S, which was introduced at the 2002 Paris Motor Show. The Concept-S2 carries over the Concept-S's dynamic styling and sporty character and further heightens the "fun" factor by incorporating the open feeling of a convertible.

Suzuki is determined to push forth with the creation of compact cars that may be 'small in size but are styled to project a powerful presence, are fun to drive, and each a joy to own', bringing full satisfaction to the user. The Concept-S series are study models for a new small car which will be manufactured at Magyar Suzuki from 2004, and they fully embody Suzuki's commitment to delivering such satisfaction.

By using a 3-piece rotating/retracting roof structure which builds upon the technique that was employed on Suzuki's 'Cappuccino' 2-seater convertible, the Concept-S2 design provides ample seating space for 4 people. The 3-piece rotating/retracting roof is composed of a 2-piece roof front, a roof rear and a rear window, powered by an electric motor each component rotates and retracts into the rear luggage compartment.

Powering the Concept-S2 is a lightweight, compact and powerful all-aluminium 1600 cm3 DOHC 16-valve engine featuring a host of technological feedback from lessons learned through participation in the Junior World Rally Championship. The engine is linked to a 6-speed sequential MTA transmission.

The instrument panel includes a 13-inch information display for the 'Suzuki Advanced Navigation System for Concept-S2,' which was designed with an eye on compatibility with telematics functions anticipated in the future.

The meter section features a multi-functional TFT LCD meter, representing Suzuki's suggestion for a next-generation meter design.

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