The eVX gets the (odd)ball rolling; it's a 4x4 EV designed to appeal to the market with chunky looks and (you assume) a practical interior. Japan will be your first opportunity to see its new interior design.
The eWX Mini Wagon EV (grey with fluorescent yellow) looks like a Kei from the electric future. According to Suzuki, it "Expresses a buddy-like presence that supports people's daily lives with the clean and simple body shape of an EV, exterior that has a friendly character, and light and user-friendly cabin space that makes people feel at home."
We don't know what that means, but we like it.
The Spacia Concept (main pic) is another minicar Japanese special with an interesting description:
"Spacia is a minicar which has a unique styling and spacious cabin. This concept model is filled with our wish to Make daily lives more fun, convenient, and comfortable", says the press release.
"Rear seat comfortability is enhanced such as by equipping with multi-use flap in the front section of the seat cushion for the first time on a Suzuki vehicle." Nope, we're not sure either.
Back on solid ground, order is restored with the Suzuki Swift concept – a small hatchback that will focus on fun driving and efficiency, much like the current model.
That's just a glimpse into a show stand that will include the Motorized Wheelchair
Suzuki Senior Car, Electric Compact Mobility MOQBA (next-generation four-leg mobility) and LM-A, last-mile delivery robot. You'll need to get to Japan to learn more about those.