Suzuki Hustler Scoot, Suzuki Feel Free Go and Suzuki Alto Works
30 Octobre 2015 - IndianAutosBlog
Suzuki has unveiled the Hustler Scoot and the Feel Free Go concepts at the ongoing 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The former is a luggage-carrying scooter and the latter is a part bicycle part motorcycle.
Suzuki Hustler Scoot
It is a 50 cc scooter with versatile luggage-loading options, but not meant to be just a hauler. It is said to be a rider-friendly vehicle with creative options for storing stuff. There is a conventional under-seat cargo bay, a removable luggage case that can be mounted on the floor-board between the rider’s feet, a luggage carrier at the rear and the same on the sides of the body. The Hustler is capable of carrying longer items too, like a tennis racket, with the front luggage case removed.
Suzuki Feel Free Go
It is an engine-powered cross bike concept that puts together the feel of cycling and and effortlessness of a motorcycle. The Feel Free Go features a saddle-type seat, a twist shifter, a rear view display in the meter and a projector light beam that hits the road just to warn the presence of this vehicle. The engine is a 50 cc gasoline-powered unit.
Suzuki Alto Works
Among the many concepts and new models launched today, Suzuki is showcasing a hotter version of the JDM-spec Suzuki Alto at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show today.
Called the Suzuki Alto Works, it packs a turbocharged three cylinder 660cc petrol engine that churns out 51 bhp and 63 Nm of torque. It is paired to a 5-speed short-throw manual gearbox that claims to offer an “enjoyably direct shift feel”.
It features a sports body kit that includes a larger air dam, fog lamps, multi-spoke alloy rims, side sill extensions with side decals, red brake calipers and chrome bezels for the bug-eyed headlamps.
Inside, it gets body-hugging Recaro seats, red contrast stitching, floor carpets, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a sportier instrument cluster.