Suzuki launched the first non-Japanese version of the Swift hatchback with optional lightweight hybrid system and all-wheel-drive system. Suzuki has launched its all-new Swift hatchbackfor the European market with an optional lightweight hybrid system to help reduce fuel consumption.
2018 Suzuki Swift Outside
The development of Swift’s new exterior design is based on the concept of a “bold evolution of Swift’s DNA”. The elements that needed refreshment were boldly transformed to evolve the new car in an innovative way. The improved transfer elements include strong shoulders, blackened A-pillars and vertically arranged front and rear lights. Swift now offers a more emotional look with a muscular and well-anchored look. The body is shorter, lower and wider, while a wide and aggressive front grille, the bumper grille support character lines all express the strength.
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The appearance of a low center of gravity is still established by blackened pillars that create the appearance of a floating roof. Pillar-mounted door handles add style and sporty style while a high-tech look comes in the form of LED signature lighting used in the headlamps and the combined taillights.
2018 Suzuki Swift Inside
The interior of the 2018 Suzuki Swift has a more pleasant and minimalist layout than the cabin of the old car. All 2016 entry-level Suzuki Swift models feature a 7-inch touch screen entertainment system, while the sleek trio of heating and ventilation controls and a black center console shine much more Than the rather old model.
The SZ-T model adds the rearview mirror camera, Smartphone link display audio, 16-inch alloy wheels and front fog lamps. SZ5 adds automatic air conditioning, 16-inch polished alloy wheels, satellite navigation, advanced front detection system, keyless entry and start and rear electric windows.
2018 Suzuki Swift Engine
Powertrain options include the new 1.0-liter three-cylinder Boosterjet turbocharged engine that joins the 1.2-liter Dualjet port and the direct-injection engine transmitted from the existing model but modified to improve fuel economy and Production (70 kW / 120 Nm).
The Boosterjet is essentially the same engine that debuted in the Baleno last year and produces 80kW and 170Nm of peak torque. Its energy efficiency can be improved by SHVS, an optimal soft hybrid system that incorporates an integrated starter generator (ISG). The unit functions as a generator as well as an electric motor and a 12 volt lithium-ion battery to help reduce fuel consumption under heavy loads such as acceleration from a standing start. It also helps to eliminate fuel consumption by providing electric motor assistance through regenerative braking.