- suzuki is targeting parents of young children with the oddly named every go anywhere baby room.
- the customized van is on display at the tokyo auto show and includes dual diaper-changing beds, privacy curtains, and bamboo flooring.
- bright orange exterior graphics and an orange and green interior should help babies "rise and shine" all over japan.
the annual tokyo auto show is never short on weird and wacky cars, and one of this year's oddest entry is the suzuki every go anywhere baby room. based on the current suzuki every commercial van, the every go anywhere baby room is specially equipped with everything modern infants (and their doting parents) could possibly need.
according to the every go anywhere baby room's product information, its purpose is to provide babies and breast-feeding mothers a safe and discreet place to relax at outdoor events and–forebodingly–evacuation shelters. the van's rear liftgate offers large curtains that can be lowered for privacy. inside are two sliding beds that are perfect for changing diapers.
we found the every go anywhere baby room at suzuki's tokyo auto show stand mixed in with the company's other vans, kei cars, and motorcycles, and upon closer inspection we can see that it's highly accessorized. over each of the diaper-changing beds hangs a pacifying mobile; a baby wipes dispenser and cleaning bottles are on hand, too.
the cabin of the van is done up in a mix of bright orange upholstery, dark green carpeting, and bamboo wood floors to accent the every go anywhere baby room's brightly colored exterior. the front seat folds flat and is shown at the show as an ideal place for parents to store a large diaper bag.
young parents across america won't have the chance to own the every go anywhere baby room, unfortunately, as suzuki pulled itself out of the north american car market back in 2012. but the every go anywhere baby room could at least serve as inspiration for a home-grown van customization using a chrysler pacifica or a honda odyssey.