Suzuki e-Survivor concept revives Jimny's glory

Suzuki Motor Corporation announced e-Survivor concept ahead of 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. Giant Shizuoka revives Suzuki Jimny's glory for the context of future mobility as an electric car. Suzuki has just exhibited the design of a car product that will bring the company's future as an environmentally friendly car maker.

Tinuku Suzuki e-Survivor concept revives Jimny's glory

The e-Survivor design resembles Jimny with a large grille, corner box and round bulbs that are considered as electric versions of Jimny. The car has a length of 3,460 mm, a width of 1.645 mm, and a height of 1.655 was built by the combined results of some of the legendary DNA products of the SUV are Jimny, Escudo, and Vitara.

The size is smaller than the city car, but in appearance e-Survivor has a gallant stature where the front to the roof open like the old Jeep. Unique designs on wheels and rims that give off blue rays to assert as electric vehicles. Suzuki e-Survivor concept revives Jimny's glory

The interior has a variety of sophisticated equipment, such as panoramic screens along the dashboard and a globally useful 3D globe display as navigation. Drivers will get information on vehicle details, while the screen on passengers will display more global information.

Until now Suzuki has not provided details of specification information, electric motors to be used and other things for production. But the company ensures this car comes with advantages in exploring a variety of terrain.