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  Suzuki Kizashi Concept

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Country of origin:Japan
Produced in:2007
Introduced at:2007 Frankfurt Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:October 05, 2007
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Click here to download printer friendly versionSuzuki will be unveiling a number of exciting world premiers at September's Frankfurt Motor Show which runs from 13th-23rd September. The first is the all-new compact car, the Splash, the company's fourth all-new, world strategic model within three years. Like the Swift, Grand Vitara and SX4, Splash incorporates strong European design and styling themes which continue to lead Suzuki's worldwide new product development strategy.

A further highpoint at the Show is the debut of the Kizashi concept car, an all-new proposal for Suzuki's first contender in the D-segment and a significant step for the world's twelfth largest automobile producer as it moves from a manufacturer specialising in compact cars and four-wheel drives to one offering a much broader product portfolio.

There is also likely to be considerable interest in the World Rally Championship version of the SX4, which will make an appearance in Frankfurt before facing its first competitive test in mid October at the Rallye de France in Corsica. And alongside the rest of Suzuki's current best selling models on the stand will be some leading edge products from Suzuki's motorcycle and marine ranges.

Concept Kizashi - a Japanese word meaning prelude or foretaste - will be making its world debut at the Show. Full of energy, flexible and emotionally appealing, it represents the first example of the third phase in Suzuki's new world strategy which will have status as its major theme. With this mid-range model the Japanese automobile producer will complete its 'upward breakthrough' enabling it to offer a much wider choice of product in the market.

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