City folk are beginning to see the benefits of driving a compact car so one would assume that the Suzuki Q might be well received by consumers. The two-seater vehicle is perfect for toting around town with one person or a pair, ideal for urban commuters who wrestle with traffic and tight parking daily.
The designers of this miniature automobile were inspired by the compactness of motorcycles which can carry two passengers at high speeds and remain nearly impervious to the inconveniences mentioned above. This is the reason that the second seat has been rearranged directly behind the driver so that the dimensions of the micro car could be greatly minimized in width.
At just 2.5 meters long, the Suzuki Q packs quite a punch. It's loaded with hi-tech features like rear-view cameras and a built-in smartphone dock.
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