Suzuki Project Splash

Production Cars 12 Aug 2006
Suzuki Project Splash

Suzuki Splash is a multipurpose vehicle targeted to a very wide spectrum of customers. Among the main features are the tall body that maximises inner space and the versatility of use. It will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show.

At the next Paris Show Suzuki will exhibit project "Splash" which is a ‘clinic model’ for another all-new vehicle which will follow the Swift, Grand Vitara, and SX4 onto the market.

In Suzuki’s plans, Splash will appeal to many different markets and market sectors; it is targeted to a very wide spectrum of customers with different lifestyle, age, and gender and with diverse requirements for their personal transportation.

Splash is a multipurpose vehicle with enhanced driveability both around town and over long distances.

Its platform is shared with the new Swift; a relatively tall body provides ample occupant comfort and space. The cabin combines a contemporary design with equipment that maximises user-friendliness.

Suzuki Splash specifications

  • Dimensions: 3,780mm (Length) × 1,780mm (Width) × 1,650mm (Height)
  • Wheelbase: 2,360mm
  • Engine: All new 1.2L, 16-valve, four-cylinder petrol
  • Transmission: Four-speed automatic
  • Seating capacity: Five persons

(Source: Suzuki)

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