Suzuki announced the world premiere of its A-segment hatchback concept model, the A:Wind, at the 30th Thailand International Motor Expo 2013. The A:Wind is so named because it seeks to bring a fresh wind to the A-segment as a global compact car.

The design revolves around three concepts: a dynamic body, a roomy cabin, and fine quality. he dynamic front grille with integrated headlights and the elegant effect created by the character lines that extend along the sides give the A:Wind an air of quality far superior to that expected in a basic model.

Much ingenuity has gone into the interior layout. To create a more comfortable cabin, the distance between the front and rear seating has been extended, door openings are wide, and the seats are easy to get in and out of; plus the A:Wind delivers class-leading luggage space.

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The interior is coordinated in bright elegant beige that nicely complements the exterior colour of the car and exudes the air of quality you expect of a global compact. The dashboard sweeps dynamically outward, further enhancing the impression of spaciousness.

Suzuki is currently developing a production model based on the A:Wind, which is scheduled to go into production in 2014. This production model, Suzuki’s second car to meet Thailand’s eco-car fuel economy standards, is to be manufactured in Thailand and exported abroad.