Besides the styiling, which I quite like for such a small car, the A-Star promises to beat Europe's current gasoline fuel-misers (with the exception of hybrids): the Peugeot 107/Citroën C1/Toyota Aygo triad. Suzuki is developing a brand-new 1.0 liter engine with promised emissions under 109 CO2 g/km. No diesel is expected to be installed in this vehicle, which will surely hurt sales in a significant way, but the car will allow British buyers to pay the cheapest tax rate possible (£35).
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Gallery: Suzuki A-Star Concept
[Source: Suzuki, Autoblog en Español]