Another week brings another action-packed episode of Translogic. Our sister site continues its tour of Europe with a trip to Switzerland's Rinspeed. If there's a car builder that more resembles a toy company for adults, we can't imagine it.
Motor Authority claims to have the in on what Suzuki's bringing to the Geneva Motor Show in early March. According to the website, the Japanese automaker will be debuting a mid-sized sedan based on the SX4. Unlike the SX4, it will be front-wheel drive only and not be offered with a diesel engine. We assume this new car is not the sedan version of the SX4 we've seen in various spy shots, since it's being called a mid-size. It is, however, destined for markets beyond Europe, including the U.S. whe
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
Next month in Paris, Suzuki will be unveiling the Project Splash concept (they're calling it a "clinic model") , a modern-looking-tall-bodied hatchback based on the Swift subcompact. The Splash will show off a new 1.2-liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine and seat five passengers.
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