Image credits: © Suzuki.
2004 Suzuki Reno Tuner Concept news, pictures, and information
Suzuki Reno Tuner Concept Showcases Modification Potential of New Five-Door CrossoverDemonstrating the 'Customization' Potential of the New Reno, Suzuki Únveils a Modified Version to Fuel Gen Y'ers' Imaginations
From the streets of Los Angeles to blockbuster movies like The Fast and the Furious, Generation Y leads the trend of customizing vehicles to express personal style as well as enhance performance - often on a tight budget. Now, these 'tuners' will have a new focus of attention -- the all-new Suzuki Reno five-door crossover vehicle. With an expected MSRP between $13,000 and $15,000, the Reno offers custom-oriented compact buyers unique European styling and seemingly endless customizing potential for thousands less than competing crossover models.
To demonstrate the ease and affordability of creating a personalized version of the Suzuki Reno, the Reno Tuner Concept, a modified version of American Suzuki Motor Corp. (ASMC)'s all-new five-door crossover vehicle, was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mich.
The Suzuki Reno Tuner Concept pairs an unusual Chameleon Color Shift paint scheme that draws attention rather than blending into the background as the name implies. The Chameleon color paired wîth dark tinted windows, smoked headlights and taillights and TG Race Designs custom sponsor graphics will leave onlookers wondering, 'is it gold or green?' - and, more importantly, 'how do I get one?'
Once the unique Chameleon-like color of the concept Reno grabs attention, true tuner enthusiasts will quickly note the other exterior modifications, including 17-inch seven-spoke Chromium Black Primax Sport Max Racing Wheels and contrasting gleaming high-temperature silver brake calipers. Continuing the theme, the Reno Tuner Concept's interior has been color-keyed to match the exterior wîth Chameleon Color Shift paint accenting the center console, door trim and instrument panel bezels. Other customized interior elements include sporty equipment like APC racing bucket seats wrapped in Enduratex carbon fiber vinyl upholstery and door panel inserts and APC sport race pedals. The high-end sound system utilizes an MA Audio Six Disc CD/DVD Changer System wîth fully-motorized seven-inch fold-out LCD monitor wîth AM/FM stereo and TV tuner to pump crystal-clear sound out of four 5¼-inch, 120-watt, full-range MA Audio speakers.
While cosmetic enhancements express personal style, performance enhancements earn street credibility. The Reno Tuner Concept sports a Yoshimura Custom Cat-back Exhaust System coupled wîth a K&N Typhoon Air Intake System for increased horsepower and torque. To ensure performance handling, the Reno Tuner Concept employs Yokohama AVS ES100 performance tires as well as custom cross-drilled disc brake rotors.Source - Suzuki
|Yokohama Tire Corporation To Build Commercial Tire Plant In Mississippi|
|FULLERTON, CA (April 29, 2013) – Yokohama Tire Corporation (YTC) today signed an agreement to build a commercial truck tire plant in West Point, Mississippi. The facility, which is expected to produce one million tires starting in 2015, will have an initial capital investment of $300 million and potential plant expansions could reach up to four times the original employment and investment levels. 'This is a historic day for Yokohama,' said Hikomitsu Noji, president and representative...[Read more...]|
|GOV. BRYANT COMMENTS ON YOKOHAMA SPECIAL SESSION|
|'This is an historic day for Mississippi, and we are proud to welcome this world-leader in tire manufacturing to our great state. The passing of this legislation will result initially in 500 new jobs, with the potential to create up to 2,000 total jobs, and it will have a positive impact on the state's economy for years to come. An official announcement event will be held Monday, April 29 at 10:30 a.m. at The Ritz Theater and Conference Center in West Point, Miss. I, along with officials fro...[Read more...]|
|Mazda Cx-5 Named 'Top Family Choice Vehicle' By Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association|
|WASHINGTON, April 29, 2013 -- The Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association (GAAMA) yesterday named the 2013 Mazda CX-5 its 'Top Family Choice Vehicle' and the all-new 2014 Mazda6 'Best Green Family Choice Vehicle' at its first annual Family Choice Challenge. GAAMA President Nick Palermo said, 'The CX-5 was the clear winner for the overall 'Top Family Choice Vehicle' award. It's stylish, affordable, has comfortable seating and great fuel economy and is fun to drive.' The 2013 CX-...[Read more...]|
|IT'S WINTER TEST TIME FOR THE ALMS: FIRST STEPS TOWARD THE 2013 SEASON-OPENER AT SEBRING|
|The American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón will be in 'preview mode' next week as a significant group of teams participate in the annual Winter Test at Sebring International Raceway The American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón will be in 'preview mode' next week as a significant group of teams participate in the annual Winter Test at Sebring International Raceway. The Feb. 7-8 test comes a little more than a month out from the season-opening 61st Mobil 1 Twelve Hours ...[Read more...]|
|YOKOHAMA TIRE WINS HDRA SEASON OPENER|
|Cameron Steele victorious on Geolandar A/T-S® R tires Yokohama Tire Corporation and the Desert Assassins' quest to be the first-time recipient of the recently-created World Championship of Desert Racing, jumped off to a great start this weekend with Cameron Steele's win at the HDRA South Point Vegas 250 in Jean, Nevada on January 12. The race (four 62-mile laps) was the season opener for HDRA (High Desert Racing Association), which recently bought SCORE (Southern California Off Roa...[Read more...]|
|2004 Suzuki models|
|Suzuki XL-7||2004 Suzuki Concepts|
|Suzuki Landbreeze Concept|
|Similarly Sized Vehicles from 2004|
|Acura RSX Concept|
|Alfa Romeo GTV|
|Chrysler PT Cruiser|
|Other models by Suzuki|
Sidekick, Vitara, Escudo, Tracker
© 1998-2012. All rights reserved. The material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.