As a thesis venture for layout students, on the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Torino, Suzuki and Master in Transportation Design college students labored collectively to craft an excellent roadster idea that they named Misano, which takes this name from an Italian racetrack. Constructing bikes and motors right into a lone machine is a concept that became to combination Suzuki's prowess. For comparing this car with the latest Miata, the Misano is about four meters (157.5 inches) long, and the latest Miata is 3.9141 meters (154.1 inches), so it sits simply 1 meter (39.37 inches) high. If you touch the motorbike-stimulated, instead of alongside one another, the two occupants take a seat down in tandem.
You see in the picture that there is a combination of curves and difficult edges about the layout of this car. To call out the brand symbol of Suzuki, the headlights are S-fashioned. By looking at the roll hoop at the back of the rear passenger, you'll see that the copper accents upload a flourish to the darkish frame. Also, the darkish wheels function this color scheme. The opposite aspect of the frame holds a battery percent and garage area, and the occupant area is asymmetrical. IED and Suzuki record that there's a manipulate stick for maneuvering the automobile, in place of a steerage wheel, but unluckily they do not offer a very good view of the cabin.
Kimihiko Nakada, Suzuki Design Center Director said:
"Thanks to the collaboration among IED and the logo Suzuki, a brand new idea automobile turned into created searching each on the compact vehicle and motorbike Suzuki’s manufacturing, Misano is a thesis born out of the ardour of younger designers and advanced as a venture in a layout middle to provide the subsequent era a brand new way of life experience."
There isn't any chance for going into production by Misano and there aren't any powertrain information about it. By searching a Suzuki's present day line-up, the agency has a hollow inside the variety for a sporty roadster yet. Even, it may able to revive the Cappuccino moniker.