Below is an assortment of emblems specific to Suzuki, arranged by year.
Suzuki launched Suzuki Works Techno in 2004. A line of style enhancing trim packages and accessories.
2003 Suzuki S-Ride concept logo, located on each side of the pillar/roll bar.
Suzuki Swift Sport logo. The Suzuki Swift is a supermini car, at its introduction in 1985, it was named the SA 310, but in 1986 it was renamed the Swift. In October 2005, Suzuki launched the 'Sport' version of the new Swift in Japan and in September 2006 the model was introduced in most European markets. Named "Swift Sport", it is powered by a high revving 1.6 litre, naturally aspirated DOHC VVT 4 cylinder engine.
Suzuki Ignis logo. The Suzuki Ignis is a mini crossover SUV introduced in 2000. The Suzuki Ignis is now sold in Japan as the Swift SE Z, as well as the badge engineered Chevrolet Cruze.
Suzuki Lapin concept logo.
Suzuki - GM Covie concept logo.
2011 Suzuki Kizashi Sport emblem.
Kizashi emblem from a 2010 Suzuki Kizashi.
2007 Suzuki Pixy & SSC concept emblem. (source: Auto Blog).
Makai side decal from a 2006 Suzuki Makai concept.
S front grill emblem from a 2006 Suzuki Makai concept.
Wagon R+ emblem. The Suzuki Wagon R is a mini MPV, first introduced as a kei car in Japan in 1993. The R stands for recreation. It is one of the first cars to use the "tall wagon" design in which the car is designed to be unusually tall with a short bonnet and almost vertical hatchback and sides in order to maximise cabin space while staying within the kei car dimension restrictions. 1998 saw the introduction of the second generation Wagon R in Japan, with the Wagon R+ replacing the Wagon R Wide in 1999, this was brought to Europe in 2000, now sharing the "Wagon R+" name with the Japanese version.