Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Japanese are taking cues from the classic Volkswagen T1 Bus, as they gear up for the unveiling of the Suzuki Air Triser Minivan Concept.

Set to make its official debut at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show, this little minivan is powered by a 1,372cc inline 4-cylinder, dual-jet engine that’s aided by a hybrid system to help get you zip around town. Meanwhile an “Allgrip” five-speed transmission puts that power to the ground, but it’s the interior cabin that has really excited. The seats can be arranged in a variety of modes, letting you turn your cabin into a social space for family and friends. There’s even a a display that extends from one of the B-pillars to the ceiling, letting users connect any smart device, providing multimedia entertainment for the passengers. Although it’s reminiscent of the VW minibus, it’s actually quite small, measuring in at 13 x 6.4 x 5.9 feet.

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