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2003 Suzuki Mobile Terrace Concept news, pictures, and information
As its name implies, the Mobile Terrace fuel-cell vehicle can be used to create a relaxing personalized space anywhere you go. At favourite destinations, the sliding doors on both sides and the gullwing roof can be opened wide and the floor extended outward, while the seats rotate around a table which slides out from the instrument panel. This innovative package in the four-meter-long body features an underfloor fuel-cell system based on GM's 'Hy-wire' platform and optimized by Suzuki to suit small cars.Source - Suzuki
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