Suzuki has a whole bunch of concepts lined up for the Tokyo Motor Show next month, including the Xbee.
The Suzuki Xbee (pronounced “Crossbi”) takes the form of a small retro off-roader that takes exterior styling cues from Mini and the Toyota’s (almost) discontinued FJ Cruiser and mixing that with more typical Suzuki elements.
Xbee Outdoor Adventure
The Japanese manufacturer claims that it is based on the Hustler minivan, and will appear in three guises: the yellow Xbee, the beige Xbee Outdoor Adventure, and the black Xbee Street Adventure – each displaying a variation on the same design, at the Tokyo Big Sight convention center.
The yellow Xbee
The black Xbee Street Adventure
Suzuki will also be showcasing the futuristic e-Survivor electric off-roader, as well as two versions of the Spacia wagon: the retro baby-blue Spacia Concept and the more aggressively styled white Spacia Custom Concept (that looks like it rammed a wall, the pug of motor vehicles).
There’s also a light delivery van called the Carry Light Tiger Ichi Concept and an array of motorcycles as well.