Suzuki Q-Concept heading to Tokyo Motor Show

Suzuki Q-Concept - FrontView

Along with the new Regina Concept, Suzuki will be showing the new Q-concept at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show later this year. The Q-Concept is ‘positioned between a conventional motorcycle and car’ – in other words it’s an urban mobility vehicle project.

“The Q-concept is more practical than a car as it’s more manoeuvrable and takes up much less parking space,” Suzuki said in a statement. “At the same time, a cabin makes it a more attractive, more comfortable option than a motorcycle. It’s outstandingly handy for shopping, commuting, going to the doctor, transporting children, and all the other short journeys in everyday life.”

The Q-Concept is powered by an electric motor that provides a driving range of up to 50 kilometres and a top speed of 60 kph.

The Suzuki Q-Concept comes in two configurations including a single seat at the front and two rear seats – or a single seat at the front and room for storage in the back.


Also see – Suzuki Regina concept a new global compact car unveiled


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