This Suzuki Go! concept, unveiled at the currently-running Japan Mobility Show, is a mobility scooter aimed at seniors.
Shaped like a letter "G" in profile, the wraparound shape is meant to convey a sense of security to the passenger.
The control is a lone joystick, which you can just barely make out in the photo below, on the right side of the interior, ringed in white.
The space beneath the seat is for holding small items, though access looks to be awkward.
From an aesthetic perspective, it's a damn sight better-looking than the American mobility scooters I see some people using at the Walmart. Those always strike me as the first prototype the company made; I can't believe they're the production version.
At press time Suzuki had not announced production plans.
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