Suzuki A:Wind Concept (2015 Maruti A-Star/Suzuki Alto) – production version rendered

We had just reported about the Suzuki A-Wind, the hatchback which Suzuki has taken the wraps-off by unveiling the concept at the Thailand Motor Show last-month. It didn’t take long for a rendering of how the production version might look, to surface on the internet.


Suzuki A:Wind Concept (2015 Maruti A-Star/Suzuki Alto) – production version rendered

This particular rendering shows us the A-Wind as close to production as it gets, and it looks very pretty to say the least. The A-Wind is very refreshing to look at, and most of the funky, up-market stuff seen on the concept does not get carried over to the production ready rendering. The A-wind is subtle, yet beautiful to look at in the renderings.

The front fascia carries over the twin chrome bar grille, but it does not stretch into the headlamp cluster as seen on the concept, the projector headlamps on the concept have now made way for conventional reflector headlamps and the angled LED turn indicators on the outer side of the cluster, seen on the concept now give way to smaller, round reflector type indicators on the inside of the headlamp cluster. The side profile carries the same look as on the concept albeit with a trendy side indicator near the quarter panel, but the Funky spiral design wheels on the concept are gone, and now there are cleaner, neat looking, production ready wheels on the car.

The production version will come with interior components taken from the Swift and A-Star and also, the inside will be a lot more spacious, thanks to a long wheelbase of 2425mm. The A-Wind has been spotted many a time testing on Indian roads, it was till now known as the YL7 hatchback (its codename).

The A-Wind will be launched globally in 2014 and will be Suzuki’s next global A-segment hatchback. And Suzuki has put all of their small car making expertise into making the A-Wind It will be launched in India at a later date. In India, the A-Wind will replace the A-Star hatchback.


Also see – Suzuki A:Wind Concept previews next-gen Maruti A-Star, production to start in 2014


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