The Japanese automobile giant Suzuki, will divulge the Suzuki iV-4 at the 65th IAA (Internatioanle Automobil-Ausstellung) Frankfurt Motor Show, which will be held from 10th to 22th of September 2013. The iV-4 will be a concept version of a compact SUV (sports utility vehicle) designed and created by Suzuki. The dimmed pictures of the iV-4 give a blur resemblance of the now existing Range Rover Evoque. Other than those two pictures on the internet published by Suzuki, no other information was disclosed about the methodological qualifications.
But, in size the iV-4 will be below the upcoming S-Cross and the existing Grand Vitara. It may go into the same segment as the now-in-production Holden Trax, Ford Ecosport, Peugeot 2008, Opel Mokka and Renault Captur. Rumor has it that the iV-4 will substitute the Sierra Jimny, which will be decommissioned because of various complaints regarding stability control. The design will be ahead of its time, which will include a 5 vertical ribbed grille and a clamshell hood, when analyzed the pictures.Along with the iV-4 the company will also unveil many other products like, the Swift Sport, Alto, SX4, Splash, S-Cross, Grand Vitara, Jimny, and the Kizashi.
Suzuki stated that the iV-4 is the perception for a personal compact SUV, and will also be the indicator of the company’s future direction towards SUV production. The iV-4 is improbable to contain any repercussions for the United States customers. Last November, that was in 2012, the American Suzuki Motor Corporation disclosed that the company will shut down and suspend any new automobile sales in the country. The U.S branch of Suzuki filed for bankruptcy fortification according to the Chapter 11 regulation.
The American subsidiary stated that, the brand will be restructured to focus more on the profitable business part, that is the motorcycles, marine products and all terrain vehicles that the company creates. All this is good for the company, but thanks to this new problem, the American soil will never see the iV-4’s tread marks.