The Suzuki Kizashi concept, meaning 'Prelude' in Japanese,
was a striking-looking, four-door family car concept which
debuted at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Kizashi concept is designed to take Suzuki into a
new vehicle segment, in line with the company's aim to
move more upmarket and mainstream with their offerings.
The Kizashi previews future Suzuki styling
The Suzuki Kizashi is a dramatic design, especially from
the front where the enormous tapering grille blends into
the aggressive slit-eyed LED headlights.
Down the sides there is a strong shoulder line which gives
the concept a powerful stance, and coupled with the low
roofline the car has a sporting appearance despite the
estate car profile. The front door handles are inconspicuous
despite their chrome finish, while the rear door handles
are hidden in the rear side window frame.
At the rear of the Kizashi concept the lines are clear
and crisp with the taillights flowing from the shoulder
line into the rear hatch beautifully. The twin inset chrome
exhausts positioned either side of the bumper finish of
the rear perfectly.
As Suzuki's first attempt at this kind of vehicle the
Kizashi is well thought out, and the concept will hopefully
preview a similarly styled production model.
Similar and related vehicles:
Suzuki Mobile Terrace