Suzuki collaborates with 24 students to design the Misano concept car

Jakarta (medialnews) – Suzuki is working with 24 Masters of Transportation Design students at the European Design Institute in Turin to design a two-passenger concept vehicle called Misano.

Suzuki Misano is an excellent vehicle athletic and compact, has an innovative and asymmetrical layout with two doubled seats on four wheels.

The name Misano honors Suzuki’s dedication to the most selective motorcycle competition and victories on the Italian circuit.

Reported on the official website of the European Design Institute, this car has dimensions of length 4000 mm, width 1750 mm and height 1000 mm, and a wheelbase of 2600 mm.

The exterior lines create a clean surface covering the open passenger compartment.

Also read: Tips for Buying a 0% PPnBM Momentum Vehicle

Also Read: Suzuki’s First Quarter Exports Increased Thanks to XL7 and Karimun

The absence of a hood reveals the non-contiguous position of the driver and passenger in the center, allowing the lateral insertion of the battery and the trunk.

The Misano exudes sportiness not only in the bold front design, with the distinctive arrow-shaped headlights, and in the aerodynamic shape at the rear.

Protected exclusively by a small windshield that looks like a fairing, the driver does not control the car with the steering wheel, but with a control stick inspired by the motorcycle.

The Suzuki Misano will be on display at the National Automobile Museum (MAUTO) in Turin from Saturday May 15 to Sunday June 6, 2021.

Also read: Six manufacturers agree to standardize connected devices for cars

Also read: Thanks to PPnBM, Suzuki Ertiga and XL7 sales exceeded 200%

Read also: PT SIS presents the program “Suzuki Care for NTT Disaster”

Journalist: F017
Editor: Alviansyah Pasaribu
Copyright © BETWEEN 2021

Check Also

Foreign debt will fall to $398.3 billion from April 2024, influenced by placements in investor funds

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Bank Indonesia or BI noted Foreign debts Indonesia's (ULN) fell in April …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *