Suzuki may have just launched the new Grand Vitara and Jimny models but the Japanese car manufacturer still has plenty of ideas to put into motion.
In fact, the vehicle maker’s European chairman, Takanori Suzuki, has revealed that it is planning to release five new models between now and the end of 2016.
Setting out the firm’s plans at the official launches of the Grand Vitara and Jimny, Mr Suzuki announced that the new vehicles will range from a “very small car” to a fresh SUV from the motoring giant.
Kicking off the run will be the production version of the S-Cross concept, a car that broke cover at the 2012 Paris Motor Show back in September.
The concept vehicle represented a new mid-sized 4×4 from Suzuki, which came packed with a sharp and coupe-like exterior design and a series of distinctive lines which presents a rugged stance.
With the production model of the S-Cross, which is still yet to receive an official title, Suzuki is aiming to create a larger C-segment crossover that goes into direct competition with the popular Nissan Qashqai.
A further four new cars will follow from the Japanese vehicle giant, all of which are set to “underscore Suzuki’s commitment to the European market”, Mr Suzuki underlined.
Suzuki already has a raft of eye-catching vehicles on the market today, such as the luxurious Kizashi 2.4 Sport 4×4 four-door Saloon.
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