The ultimate virtual car just became a reality. The Suzuki Vision Gran Turismo concept is based on the manufacturer's supercar, the Hayabusa, but with extra three electric motors.

The Suzuki Vision GT features a sleek, aerodynamic body and a fully exposed two-seater cabin. The GT has a front end that includes a large grille, and aggressive headlights which took inspiration from the Swift Sport. The mid-engined vehicle's dramatic styling is enhanced by its long bonnet and pillarless panoramic windshield.

The interior is trimmed with screens for cameras that replace the rearview and side mirrors. The transparent digital instrument cluster is the only feature on the dashboard. The Vision Grand does not have infotainment features such as radio or GPS navigation.

 

powertrain

Suzuki Vision GT Concept Comes with a Hybrid Hayabussa Engine

 

The powertrain is highlighted in the concept, which uses a 1,340cc four-cylinder petrol engine mounted behind the cabin along with two electric motors. The car delivers 426 hp (318 kW / 432 PS) and a healthy 610 Nm (450 lb-ft) of torque.

Although these figures may not seem as high as those in other Vision GT projects, once you hear the sound of that engine roaring, you'll feel all warm inside.

While we're sad to say that the Suzuki Vision Gran Turismo is not going into production and will remain a digital concept, we're still excited to see what happens next.

When it comes to real life, harsh weather is not going to take it easy on your vehicle. As your car ages, rain, sleet, and even snow can chip away at the paint and exterior trim pieces. 

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