Suzuki Vitara to be Unveiled in Paris


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At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Suzuki Motor Corporation will hold the global premiere of its all-new small and stylish SUV model. ‎

The new five door car is named Vitara and it marks the return of the famous badge first used by Suzuki more than 25 years ago, also on a small SUV.

The Vitara is the production model based on the iV-4 concept; which was first exhibited at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013.

AUTO CENTRAL, UK -- Augst 27, 2014: On sale in the UK next spring, the all-new Vitara will be available with optional ALLGRIP intelligent four wheel drive‎ with petrol and diesel engines that offer low CO2 emissions as well as outstanding fuel economy in the sector.

Vitara will have a striking road presence with distinctive design. Customers will have the option of personalising the car with various colour and trim customisation options. Further details of these, as well as final specifications will be available closer to public launch.

Further information will be disclosed at the Suzuki press conference, scheduled on: -

Thursday 2nd October 2014 at 2:00pm At Stand 511, in hall 1.0.

A special microsite about the all-new Vitara is available on: Global Suzuki

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