We first saw this concept in Tokyo, and now it makes its North American debut in Detroit. Suzuki's mini 4x4 concept can be configured as a recreational off-roader, a rescue vehicle or the world's smallest motor home.
-Dashboard uses one sweeping video monitor instead of gauges
-Interior courtesy light is also a removable flashlight and, in a pinch, a hammer
Suzuki says: The X-Head is a new kind of cross-utility vehicle that delivers all kinds of value by allowing users to change its form using various interchangeable load-bed units for purposes ranging from enjoyment to emergency rescue.
We say: Please build this. We're not even sure why, exactly, but we have a feeling that the world would be a better place with X-Heads on the road. Also, you wouldn't want Daihatsu to have the "tiny jacked-up boxy 4x4 with bizarre name" market all to itself with the Mudmaster-C.