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2002 Suzuki Concept S

The 2002 Suzuki Concept-S, or スズキ コンセプト S in its original name, made its debut at the Paris Motor Show, showcasing Suzuki's innovative approach to automotive design and technology.


The Concept-S embodies a dynamic and futuristic appearance within the dimensions of a supermini. Its design emphasizes stability and safety, featuring a chunky body shape with wheels positioned at all four corners, a unique characteristic for its size and segment. The sleek lines and impressive silhouette, along with the vertically oriented headlights, create a strong presence on the road.


Inside, the Concept-S offers a sporty and modern environment. The dashboard design, inspired by the wings of a biplane, incorporates aluminum elements for added visual appeal. Innovative features such as push buttons on the steering wheel replace traditional controls, allowing drivers to focus solely on driving. The air conditioning and audio system are controlled via a central screen, providing easy access to various functions.


The Concept-S is equipped with advanced technology, including an exclusive Advanced Navigation System that automatically follows pre-downloaded routes from the internet or email. This system enhances the driving experience and allows for communication with other vehicles. Additionally, the car features a light and compact 1.6-liter DOHC engine, permanent four-wheel drive, and a sequential 6-speed transmission, delivering a sporty driving experience.


  • Overall length: 3,650mm

  • Overall width: 1,730mm

  • Overall height: 1,450mm

  • Wheelbase: 2,390mm

  • Seating capacity: 4

  • Engine capacity: 1,597cc

  • Engine type: 4 cylinders DOHC NA

  • Number of valves: 16

  • Type of driving wheel: FULL TIME 4WD

  • Transmission: MTA (Sequential 6speed)

The Concept-S represents Suzuki's vision for the future of compact cars, blending innovative design, advanced technology, and sporty performance. With its striking appearance and cutting-edge features, it sets a new standard for compact vehicles in its segment.

Source & Images: Suzuki Motor Corporation