NEWS: THE LATEST SUZUKI PICK-UP STYLE CONCEPT
If you’re a fan of the just-released 2018 Suzuki Jimny, just wait until you see the 2019 off-road variant …
SUZUKI WILL BE UNVEILING THEIR 2019 PROTOTYPE OF THE RE-WORKED 2018 SUZUKI JIMNY AT A JAPANESE AUTO EVENT IN EARLY JANUARY
A concept, for now, the official unveiling of the new style Suzuki Pick-up concept will be announced at the Tokyo Auto Salon in Japan, from January 11 – 13.
Suzuki is continuing to generate plenty of online hype around their name, since the release of their latest Jimny model, which sparked headlines in 2018 for its off-road, rugged design.
The Suzuki Jimny Pick-up concept will sport as a utility version of the Jimny off-roader.
The most notable changes made to the Pick-up Truck concept is the obvious rear tray addition, which replaces the Jimny’s backseat design and boot.
This Pick-up concept also has a redesigned front grille, chunky and retro-style wheels, fake wood paneling across its side doors and front tow hooks.
It’s been said that this concept was developed to offer an even greater, off-road experience that many Australians would appreciate.
However, Suzuki has given no indication as to whether this model will make it to production.
Another off-road concept called the Suzuki Survive, is set to be unveiled at the Tokyo Auto event, making it likely that either one of the prototypes won’t make it to production.
Stay tuned in to the full unveiling of this concept at the Tokyo Auto Salon and keep yourself in the loop with Tony White News for all the latest updates.
Source: The Drive