• Sep 14, 2006
Suzuki has set up a mini-site offering us a glimpse of its upcoming Splash concept set to debut at the Paris Motor Show that we reported on last month. The sneak peek comes at a price, however, particularly for those who suffer from epileptic seizures. Too many jump cuts made this blogger throw up in his mouth a little and fall of the chair. We were going to laboriously screen capture each image for you, but we're not sadists and found that our sadist friends over at Jalopnik had already done it, so head over there for a gallery of shots that just stay still and don't move. As for us, we'll wait until we arrive in Paris to pick you up some live shots of the Suzuki Splash from the show floor.

[Source: Suzuki Global via Caradisiac]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Is every new B-seg going to look like a Yaris?
      • 8 Years Ago
      It is a nice design for the market it is intended. The US would never understand.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I can see the Audi look eveyone is talking about. I don't like the look on Audi and don't like it on the Suzuki.I hope that doesn't go onto all of their cars like Audi did with its products.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I thought this was one of the cars from I Robot.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Is it who-man, wooooooooo it might give me a nightmare.
      • 8 Years Ago
      It looks like a kind-hearted robot wearing a gas mask.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Their are using the Audi signature grill shape. put an Audi badge on it and it looks like a baby Audi.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I think it's pretty neat for the market it is in. In Japan and cotry's like Italy this would fit perfect.

      just look at some of the lates Fiat's and such they are not any better looking
      • 8 Years Ago
      Wow!

      When did Th!nk start making City 5-doors?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Given that the Splash belongs to a class of cars Audi probably hasn't even heard of the comparison seems a little weak (I doubt that Audi was at the forefront of the Suzuki designers minds). It's small and Japanese but other than that I don't see a whole lot of Yaris styling cues. I prefer it to the styling of the Mitsubishi kei car that was recently spotted being tested stateside. Given the large international market for this class of car maybe one of the companies should test the NA waters. What have they got to lose?
      • 6 Years Ago
      it is very nice. but it looks like audi.dont copy the audi.Put the symbol of audi on it and remove the suzuki symbol.when are you going to release the car because I want to buy it.
      • 8 Years Ago
      No ones denying the similarity in shape but given the fairly strong styling cues of the rest of the car I think suggesting it's a rip-off or knock-off of Audi is pretty unimaginative. Suzuki isn't Korean and with the exception of the sedans they knock out for the US they don't have a reputation as design whores (note: not all the micro cars the make are exactly innovators but given the restrictions of the class they shouldn't be judged to harshly).

      Strip off some the concept car bling like the silver on the pillars, the glass roof (but keep the black)and it could be a really distinctive B segment car. Certainly outstyles the Aveo, Fit, Rio and Yaris.
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