The Japanese based automaker Suzuki has recently announced that the G70 model will be officially presented at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, along with the Swift Range Extender.
After it made its debut during the Tokyo Auto Show, under the Regina name, the Suzuki G70 will also be presented to the European audience, during the next month’s Geneva Motor Show, and the Japanese model will share the same space with the Swift Range Extender. The production version of the G70 will be a global model and it will be sold on all markets in the same shape.
The Suzuki G70 Concept, or the Regina, is 3.500mm long and 1.600mm wide, and it’s powered by an 800cc turbocharged petrol engine, mated to a new CVT transmission. The model weighs just 730 kg and it’s burning an average of 3.76 liters of fuel every 100 km (75 mpg imperial). CO2 emissions of the small vehicles are just 70 g every km.
The Suzuki Swift Range Extender is a hybrid which is coming with a 660 cc petrol engine, three-cylinder, mated to a generator. Suzuki says that the model can go up to 30 km on electric power with its batteries fully charged. There’s no official word on whether the Swift Range Extender will be hitting the production line.