Suzuki’s next to join the Tokyo Auto Salon party – it’ll be displaying two Wagon R design studies at the aftermarket exhibition, both based on the recently-launched fifth generation kei car.

The Wagon R Stingray Customize you see above is based on the more upmarket Stingray version, and features big brushed alloys, unique brown paintwork, headlamps adorned with teal-coloured accents, LED strips and a road-hugging bodykit. Some suspension tweaks, too.

The one in white is based on the regular Wagon R. Called the Wagon R RR Concept, it comes with sports suspension, smoked headlamps, decals, black wheels, a bodykit and twin central tailpipes.

The Suzuki Wagon R has been the best-selling kei car in Japan since 2003.