The appearance of a new Suzuki Swift is never shocking. You always recognize the predecessor in it. And that's okay, because the brand has a loyal following of enthusiasts who wouldn't want it any other way. The new Swift will be released in 2024 and although it resembles its predecessor, one detail differs in a positive way.
Suzuki seems to be applying the Volkswagen principle with the Swift: a new model never deviates spectacularly from its predecessor, but rather builds on it. The Suzuki Swift has undergone an evolution since 2004, from the clearly related first and second generations to the current model, which is the
design line continues. Suzuki will present a new Swift at the Japan Mobility Show 2023 (formerly Tokyo Motor Show). It is still called Swift Concept and is therefore officially a study model, but you can count on Suzuki not changing almost anything about the appearance.
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The similarities with the current Swift, which has been on sale since 2017, are clearly visible. The Swift seems to have become a bit rounder and curvier, with wider hips around the C-pillars. The grille is rounder and somewhat smaller. But if you look closer, you will see different details. For example, the door handles of the rear doors have been returned to their traditional position. They are still 'hidden' in the current Swift, a trend that started with the Alfa Romeo 156. Last year our spy photographer caught the new Swift in camouflage.
Much has also remained the same under the skin of the new Swift. The car is built on the Heartect platform, just like the current model. This platform has been adapted so that modern safety features such as an automatic emergency braking system and high beam assistant can be provided. Fatigue recognition will also be available on the new Swift.
Suzuki has not yet released anything about the engines, but it is expected that the mild hybrid from the current model will be retained. We also expect a full-fledged hybrid - a smart move by the Japanese, in view of the increasingly strict emission standards.
There is a good chance that the Japanese used this technique Toyota borrow, as they already do with the Suzuki Swace (hybrid) and Suzuki Across (plug-in hybrid). A fully electric Swift is not planned. The new Suzuki Swift is expected in the Netherlands and Belgium in 2024.
For those who do not want to wait until next year, the current Suzuki Swift is also a great option. With private lease you can drive around in the Japanese hatchback for a fixed monthly amount. A Suzuki Swift private lease via the Auto Review comparator. The Swift is one of the cars that can be privately leased for less than 300 euros per month.
This post was last modified on October 4, 2023 5:19 am
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