JAKARTA – Suzuki’s new concept car, which premiered at the recent Indonesian International Motor Show here, offers a first glimpse at the auto maker’s upcoming low-cost-car strategy. The show car, dubbed the Concept-G, utilizes the architecture and body of the auto maker’s Japanese market-specific Alto, which for the last three decades has traded on its affordability, fuel economy and compact dimensions. The exterior of the concept car evolves Suzuki's traditional design language and ...

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