SUZUKI has revealed a new-car offensive spanning six models and three years, with some surprises in the mix.
Next year is due to bring the new Vitara compact SUV and Celerio city car, but following that will come a practical supermini with a bigger boot and more space than the Swift, while being 90kg lighter.
Suzuki GB's Sales and Marketing Director, Dale Wyatt, told a handful of UK journalists about the company's plans running up to 2017.
And while a return to 660cc turbocharged Kei-car engines has been ruled out, the British public should expect a style-led city car that hopes to shake up the status quo. “I think it will create a new segment,” said Mr Wyatt.
“Honestly, there's nothing else like it on the market.” He was unable to confirm specific details for the model, which will arrive in 20...