The new Suzuki Celerio has been officially presented to the public in a premiere at the 84th edition of the Geneva Motor Show.
A weak saloon always demands weak vehicles as Suzuki has used the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in order to present its new Celerio. This is basically a replacement for the old Alto but with a more upscale design. The Suzuki Celerio will be more affordable than models like the Toyota Aygo, the Citroen C1 or the Peugeot 108, in their new generations, or the new RWD Renault Twingo, but it will be able to go against more spacious vehicles like the Dacia Sandero.
Future owners of the Celerio will be able to order the model with a single engine, a frugal 1.0 liter three-cylinder unit, which has received a stop/start system, allowing it to emit just 85 g/km of CO2. The economical engine will receive an automated manual transmission. The Celerio will be produced in Thailand. Sadly this is all we’ve got on Suzuki’s newest creation for the moment as more details are expected to be released in the following months, probably during another automotive event or even close to its launch.