Suzuki Swift transformation: New Zen launch and arrive later this month
Delhi : Suzuki intends to introduce a variety of new vehicles and concepts at the next Japan Mobility Show 2023, which will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight from October 26 to November 5. Even though it is almost ready for production, the fourth-generation Swift's premiere in its "concept" version will be one of the primary draws. The future small hatchback, which is probably going to arrive in early 2024, will be previewed by the Suzuki Swift Concept. With a completely new appearance and interior, it will adhere to Suzuki's most recent design language. Additionally, it will allegedly use less gasoline and have more cutting-edge features and technology. The brand-new Swift, whose design is based on evolution, has been spotted testing on foreign land several times.
Many report stated that a new front end with sharper LED headlights and L-shaped LED daytime running lights, a forward-dipping clamshell bonnet, a new hexagonal chrome grille with new inserts, a redesigned front bumper with new fog lights, a wider air intake, brand-new alloy wheels, newly designed tail lamps with an L-shaped signature, a busier rear bumper with horizontal reflectors on either side, a mildly updated tailgate, are showed in leakes images and photos on internet.
The rear door handles are no longer pillar-mounted and have been shifted to their standard location. We can anticipate that the Heartect platform will continue to be enhanced without losing the agile handling qualities the hatchback has become known for. In the first part of 2024, the five-seater will reach India, where it is very well-liked.
A brand-new 1.2L three-cylinder robust hybrid petrol engine will power it, and it will coexist with the current K-series motor. Its sedan brother, the Dzire, will probably undergo similar treatment in the second half of next year. It is thought to be capable of returning a stated fuel economy of 35–40 km/l.
The Suzuki eVX concept, which made its debut at the 2023 Auto Expo earlier this year in India, will accompany the Swift Concept. The Japanese manufacturer has also confirmed that safety technologies like Dual Sensor Brake Support II (collision mitigation braking), Adaptive High Beam System, and Driver Monitoring System will be incorporated into the Swift Concept. By 2025, it will result in the brand's first premium all-electric SUV. A few examples of exhibitions are the three-door Jimny, Hustler, and Solio as well as the Suzuki eWX compact waggon EV, e-Every Concept, a mini-commercial BEV, and Spacia Concept/Spacia Custom Concept.
The redesigned Swift concept's interior has brand-new HVAC vents and toggle switches in addition to a flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted controls and a start/stop push button on the right side. Along with a new temperature control display, a floating touchscreen infotainment system and a revised semi-digital instrument panel are also noticeable.