At the Japan Mobility Show 2023 exhibition taking place in Tokyo (from October 26 to November 5), Suzuki brings two major vehicle lines that attract the attention of visitors. Among this group, the eVX Concept is the draft of the first global electric SUV model that will be launched in 2025. The other name is Swift Concept – basically a pre-built version of the new Swift.
In the new generation, Suzuki Swift will be equipped with technologies that first appear in an urban hatchback. Information about the car is kept quite strictly by Suzuki and there are many parameters that have not been announced yet.
The transmission segment is the area where Suzuki has been most tight-lipped about the new Swift. The company did not provide any information about this segment. However, the car they brought to showcase at JMS 2023 has a “Hybrid” badge on it. The above version is expected to use a complementary hybrid mechanism revolving around the existing 1.2L 4-cylinder engine.
Moreover, compared to the previous generations, Suzuki Swift 2024 will be the most modern version. Advanced driver assistance and collision avoidance technologies have been equipped by Suzuki on the hatchback models to meet the highest safety standards in many areas.
Higher configurations of the vehicle are expected to use a 360-degree camera – a technology that has never been used by vehicles before. The car’s exterior lights also use LED technology in these versions. The central screen in the dashboard is now much larger. The handbrake changed from mechanical to electronic. The steering wheel has additional gearshift paddles to improve the driving experience.
In terms of size, the Swift 2024 doesn’t change much compared to the current generation in both the overall frame and wheelbase. Therefore, the location of the car cabin is the same. The design of this urban hatchback line is only a more sophisticated upgrade, not a complete renewal.
The new Suzuki Swift is expected to be fully launched in early 2024.
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