This paper car is a Suzuki SX4 WRC, created by eastern. The scale of the car paper model is 1:24. The Suzuki SX4 is a compact car developed by Japanese automaker Suzuki. On some European markets, it is branded by Fiat as Sedici, and on some Asian markets as Maruti SX4. It was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and is produced since 2006.
Although originally intended solely for Europe, the SX4 is sold in most of Suzuki's international markets. It is available in hatchback and, for some markets, sedan body. Especially in the hatchback version, SX4 occupies a specific market niche of Mini SUV crossovers. Depending on the market, it is available with petrol engines in the 1.5-2.0 litre range, and Fiat's 1.3-2.0 litre range diesel engine. The hatchback is also available with four-wheel drive.
SX4 competed in the 2007 and 2008 seasons of the World Rally Championship, within the Suzuki World Rally Team, but the company withdrew from the competition.
Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro's Italdesign studio, the SX4 (an abbreviation of "Sports X-over 4 all seasons ") replaces the Aerio, and was introduced in Japan on December 1, 2005. The "SX 4" designation was previously used by American Motors (AMC) for a sporty liftback model in its all-wheel drive AMC Eagle passenger cars.
Although originally intended solely for the European market, the SX4 is sold in most of Suzuki's international markets. It is within Japanese regulations concerning vehicle external dimensions and engine displacement for a car classified as a "compact". It was introduced at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show and is manufactured at the Magyar Suzuki plant in Esztergom, Hungary, Japan, and Manesar, India. An expected 60,000 units were produced - 2/3 to be sold by Suzuki and 1/3 by Fiat, badged as the Sedici. The SX4 Crossover is also sold in Indonesia since 2007. Earlier models were directly imported from Japan (Completely Built-up/CBU), however locally-assembled versions were a year later introduced to meet the higher-than-expected market demand. The locally-assembled versions are then equipped with some new features, including 4-wheel discbrakes and Multi Information Display.