Suzuki is planning to debut several new models and concepts at the upcoming Japan Mobility Show 2023, scheduled to take place from October 26 to November 5 at Tokyo Big Sight. One of them is the fourth-generation Swift in the form of a concept model. The Suzuki Swift Concept will be a preview of the upcoming small hatchback, which is likely to make its debut in early 2024.
The next-generation Suzuki Swift will adopt Suzuki’s latest design language with a completely redesigned exterior and interior. In addition, the car will be more fuel-efficient and will feature more advanced features and technologies. The all-new Swift has been spotted testing multiple times around the world and it will have an improved approach in terms of design.
Based on prototype test drive photos, we can see a new front end with sharper LED headlights, a clamshell-style hood, a redesigned front bumper with new fog lights, wider air intake, completely new alloy wheels, new taillights and rear bumper.
The rear door handles have been moved to the conventional position and are no longer attached to the pillar. We can expect the Heartect platform to be further strengthened without sacrificing the nimble handling characteristics of the hatchback.
According to some sources, the car will be equipped with a completely new 1.2L 3-cylinder hybrid petrol engine, alongside the K-series electric motor.
The Japanese manufacturer has also confirmed that safety technologies such as collision-mitigation braking, adaptive headlights, and driver inattention warning system will be equipped on the Swift Concept.
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