Suzuki Motors wonderfully crafted the next generation small car which also defines it self as a small wonder. I am talking about new Suzuki G70 which going to rock the 2012 Geneva Motor Show this week.
G70 made it’s global debut at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show as the REGINA, and it now wears a G70 badge which originates from a nickname adopted during the development process. While the goal of reducing CO2 emissions is an absolute must throughout automotive development, Suzuki also believes that A-segment models should always be totally customer-responsive. With this in mind, the company has been focused on developing an A-segment car with CO2 emissions no higher than 70g/km for market launch in the near future, featuring – as the name suggests – the G70’s environmental technologies.
Although the G70 is a petrol model, its fuel economy and emissions are on a par with those of a hybrid, thanks to its weight of just 730kg and a drag coefficient more than 10% lower than that of a Suzuki A-segment production model. It also features a direct-injection turbo petrol engine and an Engine Auto Stop Start system with regenerative braking. All in all, the G70’s CO2 emissions do not exceed 70g/km*.
Suzuki has not confirmed anything about it’s pricing and release date of new G70.
- Lightweight, highly rigid platform
- Distinctive styling, combining spaciousness with excellent aerodynamics
- 800cm3 direct-injection turbo petrol engine and continuously variable transmission, with CVT
- Engine Auto Stop Start system with regenerative braking
- Fashionable green-and-white color scheme highlighting the vehicle’s contours
- Floating interface with touch-panel operability, facilitating the supply of information to the driver
|Seating capacity:||4 persons|
|Power unit:||800cm3 direct-injection turbo petrol engine
Engine Auto Stop Start system with regenerative braking
|Transmission:||CVT. Front-engine/front-wheel drive|