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Suzuki unveils two new models and a new engine


We love motor shows, we enjoy the vibe and of course all the new and exciting models to look forward to. Suzuki has taken the opportunity to unveil two new concept models and a new engine at this year’s Shanghai International Motor Show and we have the scoop right here.

The iK-2 and iM-4 made their first global unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show last month. The iK-2 is a compact car which incorporates all the elements expected in a car of this size – design, utility, comfort, manoeuvrability, driving performance and fuel efficiency – at an enhanced level. Suzuki plans to launch a production model based on the iK-2 in the near future.

The iM-4 on the other hand is a compact crossover and represents a new vehicle category for Suzuki. The iM-4 opens up new avenues for Suzuki who is considering the launch of a production model based on the iM-4.

The new Booster Jet engine is a 1.4-litre turbocharged motor is focussed on fuel efficiency through the use of direct-injection technology, while turbocharging boosts power and torque output. We are so pleased to hear that Suzuki has developed a turbocharged engine.

This compact, lightweight engine features an optimised layout as well as weight-reduction technology to meet the rigorous requirements demanded by new-generation car designs.

China will be the first market to receive the engine when Suzuki launches a model powered by the BoosterJet in that country, before expanding availability to global markets. We do hope that this new little engine arrives on our shores soon.

Article written by Autodealer
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