The Ingis concept car has been unveiled by Suzuki before it makes its official debut at the Tokyo Motor Show. The car has been named after Suzuki’s compact SUV which was produced from 2003 to 2008 and is quite a lot like the production model of the iM-4 concept car seen earlier.
While details about the car are still fairly fuzzy, it can be made out that the overall design is quite similar to the iM-4 concept. The cabin seems to have the Suzuki basics including the steering wheel, dashboard and door armrests. The newer elements that are noticeable on the car though, include redesigned ORVMs, rear bumper as well as headlamps. There is a fairly sophisticated climate control system on offer with the car as well in addition to a seven inch infotainment system that looks great.
Suzuki is yet to announce which powertrain it will be using for the Ingis though it being suspected that it will be the 1.0-litre BoosterJet engine or the 1.2-litre four-cylinder mill.
The Ingis is likely to be a B-segment car globally and is to slot itself between the Swift and the Baleno in terms of the company’s line up. India though is not expected to see any of the car soon with launch dates yet to be announced by the company. The launch will be quite looked forward to at Tokyo though as Suzuki is one of the most respected manufactures in the country.