Company Suzuki has shared images of a new version of kei-car Hustler for the domestic market. A miniature crossover received a new chassis, a revised design of the exterior and interior, moderately-hybrid power unit and retained the optional all-wheel drive.
The maximum dimensions and maximum power Suzuki Hustler has not changed because the increase in the length of body more than 3.4 meters or the excess capacity of more than 64 horsepower at an operating capacity of more than 660 cubic centimeters will lead to the deprivation of the subcompact model of the status of Kay-Kara. Japanese law allows the owners of these vehicles enjoy tax and insurance benefits.
Compared to the 2014 model, the wheelbase of the new crossover has increased by 35 millimetres, height increased by 25 millimeters. Kay-Kar second generation was slightly more angular, got more wide and high doorways, on the side, there was a tiny sub-window.
In the cabin sustained continuity with the design of the coupe the first generation. The novelty has received the stylish symmetrical front panel, in which the main blocks separated by a baffle ventilation. The design of the speedometer and the configuration of the selector of transmission remained the same, the screen multimediasystem increased in size, increased functionality of the new multifunction, and in the list of options appeared adaptive cruise control and automatic braking assistant.
Powerplant of the new Suzuki Hustler is composed of a three-cylinder 660-CC gasoline engine and electric motor. A mild hybrid city car helps to save fuel at the start. For torque transmission CVT responds; “in the database” Huslter front-wheel drive, and for extra charge you can order a version with four driving wheels and rear axle uncut.
The debut of the new Suzuki Hustler will take place on 24 October at the motor show in Tokyo. In the capital of Japan car present in the ready status to the production concept and the sales in the local market is expected to start in 2020.
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