Suzuki is hoping to jumpstart its slow-selling Kizashi with two concepts that will debut at the New York International Auto Show. Suzuki says that the cars will each feature a different "advanced propulsion system," though they aren't dropping many hints as to what that may mean.
Whatever it is, Suzuki's New York show display will be advanced propulsion-themed, and all will become clear soon enough.
There aren't any photos of the cars available yet, but Suzuki says one will be a "socially-conscious sedan," while the other will be a rowdy tribute to Suzuki's motorcycling heritage. We haven't quite figured out what that means, either. Whatever the cars wind up looking like, Suzuki says it will debut them during its press conference at the show.
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Suzuki offers a glimpse of one of its concepts debuting in New York.
American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) will unveil two new concept cars at the company's 2011 New York International Auto Show press conference.
Both new vehicles will be based on the Kizashi platform and will feature two new advanced propulsion options. The first concept will feature a stylish and socially-conscious sedan propelled by a newly-developed advanced powertrain. The second reveal will be a wildly-schemed and amped up homage to Suzuki's motorcycle heritage.
The vehicles will be featured as part of Suzuki's global "Advanced Propulsion" theme at this year's Show. The two Suzuki concepts join 55 other new vehicles debuting in New York, including 35 world and 20 North American premieres.