Suzuki's new concepts that will debut at the Tokyo Auto Salon are basically styling package ideas for its Wagon R box-mobile.
Despite the recent announcement that Suzuki will no longer be selling its cars in the US (its motorcycle, ATV and marine vehicle dealer network remaining unaffected), the Japanese automaker is still very popular in other global markets, particularly in Asia and India. As such, Suzuki has just announced that it will be unveiling two new concept models based on its Wagon R at this year's Tokyo Auto Salon, Japan's equivalent to SEMA or the Essent Motor Show.
The first concept is called the RR (painted white) and was given an "active and sporty" look via an aerodynamic body kit, new bumpers, extended side skirts and a rear spoiler. It's finished off with tinted headlights, unique decals, black wheels and a lowered suspension. Next up is the Wagon R Stingray Custom, which also features a tuned suspension, a body kit with a front spoiler, side skirts and new front and rear bumpers. A set of alloy wheels, LED lighting and a dual exhaust completes the styling upgrade. Both concepts are designed to show the customization opportunities Wagon R customers have available to make their rides look a bit more stylish.