• Oct 6, 2005

Currently on display at the California show are two Suzuki concept "lifestyle activity vehicles," the "Blizzard" Grand Vitara and the "Sea" Forenza Wagon.

The cars are part of a Suzuki "LIVE Series" of concept vehicles, intended to show how Suzuki's products can integrate into its customers' lifestyles.

The Blizzard, targeted at skiers and boarders, features a custom rack with backlit board mounts, a roof rack camera, a rear gate seating arrangement for taking gear on or off, built-in glove and boot warmers, ventilated wet gear storage, iPod docking station, internet access, and in-car video/gaming system.

More after the jump…


suzuki sea 400 pr photo

The Forenza Sea, for surfers, includes a wetsuit dryer, custom roof rack, large sunroof, biometric door locks (so you don?t have to take your keys with you), hand-held shower unit, ventilated wet gear storage, internet access, and iPod-compatible audio system with rear subwoofer.

[Source: Suzuki]



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      • 9 Years Ago
      those rims look just like g35 coupe rims. great rims.
      • 9 Years Ago
      The Grand Vitara Blizzard, new from Dairy Queen.
      • 9 Years Ago
      The top image looks very similar to the Saturn VUE... If the Blizzard is aimed at snowboarders they should remove the low front end as that would likely get dinged up in real life. Aside from that many of the options sound quite helpful (at least from a snowboarder's perspective).