Chicago Auto Show: Suzuki Equator Breaks Cover, Ready To Carry Your ATV's And Tow Your BoatsMatt Hardigree2/06/08 2:45pmFiled to: chicago auto show08 Chicago Auto Show2008 Chicago Auto Show2009 Suzuki EquatorChicagosuzuki equatorEquatorSuzuki30EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkSuzuki showed off their trio of Suzuki Equator trucks you've already seen today. The purpose of coming out with a truck now? Buyers of Suzuki boats, motorcycles and ATV's drive a crapload of trucks and Suzuki thought they could sell them one. And if you didn't get the point, Suzuki President Mark Harano drove up on a V-strom motorcycle for the presser. The RMZ-4 Off Road Edition is currently a concept, but the production version will include special tie-downs and equipment for taking your bike to the dunes. The Suzuki Equator Quad is, as you might imagine, for those who own Suzuki Quads (and listen to country music) and go hunting and fishing. Own a boat with a Suzuki Marine engine? The Suzuki Equator Quay (pronounced "key") is for you. The trucks will come with either a 2.5L liter inline four with 152 horsepower and 171 lb.-ft. of torque or an optional 4.0-liter V6 that's good for 261 hp with 281 lb.-ft. of torque. All of these versions are concepts, but they're meant to hint at actual off-road versions that should see the light of day. Mike over at PickupTrucks.com has more Equator information than you could stuff in the back of a rebadged Frontier. More pictures and press event below the jump.