All-new Suzuki Swift Sport is due in September at 2017 Frankfurt Auto Show (IAA 2017).
Recently, a Japanese magazine, kurumagt.com, has published some renderings of the 2017 Suzuki Swift Sport’s front and rear.
Renderings of the 2017 Suzuki Swift Sport’s front and rear have been published
Taking a glance at those renderings, we can clearly see that the 2017 Swift Sport features a more aggressive exterior compared to the standard model with an aerodynamics kit, unique wheel arches as well as distinctive grille design.
The 2017 Swift Sport features a more aggressive exterior compared to the standard model
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Interior-wise, the car is fitted with stainless steel sport pedals, sport seats, leather steering wheel and contrasting stitching along with other updates emphasizing the sporty theme of this new vehicle.
The 2017 Swift Sport is said to be heavier than the standard Swift (840 kg or more) due to the aero kit and a bigger engine. Besides, the new model will have a better power to weight ratio thanks to the lightweight “HEARTECT” platform and a turbo engine.
The 2017 Swift Sport is said to be heavier than the standard Swift
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The turbo engine we mention here is a modified version of the K14C 1.4L BOOSTERJET turbocharged 4-cylinder petrol engine which can push out 150 PS at 5,500 rpm and 245.17 Nm of torque from 1,500-4,000 rpm. Power is fed to the front wheels via either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox.
The car will use a modified version of the K14C 1.4L BOOSTERJET turbocharged 4-cylinder petrol engine
Additionally, the 2017 Suzuki Swift Sport also receives a retuned suspension and a dual exhaust system. Besides the 2017 variant, you can also check out the used Suzuki Swift 2011 for sale at affordable prices. The car comes with styling evolution, great dynamic performance, and fuel economy.
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