Huge alloys, big fog lamps, a massive air dam and a big rear spoiler as well. You’d think this car has 300bhp.
The production version would be toned down and power is likely to come from nothing more adventurous than a tuned 1600cc motor. Again, doesn’t sound like much but considering the Swift’s light weight and small proportions, the 1.6L should pack plenty of punch for the car.
The Suzuki Swift lineup was given a solid update last year and along with the update, Suzuki unveiled the Swift S-Concept, which was designed to be a GTi-like version of the Swift.
The suspension too has been reworked to improve handling. Other differences include bespoke bodywork and wheels and much more.
Not many other details have been released, but we could expect more to pop up as we get closer to the official debut at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Refresher – New Maruti Suzuki will launch the new Swift on August 17. Still, it would be nice to have a fun two-door like this one in the Indian market, but it won’t make it to India. Because its two-door hatchback. The Indian market has history of not tolerating two-door small cars. Maruti once tried this with the special edition models of the Zen called Carbon and Steel. Of course, those enthusiasts among you would love to own this car and being a Maruti, we expect it to launch as a limited edition.
Also see – 2011 Maruti Suzuki Swift more details revealed
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