Suzuki to Unveil Swift Cool Rev Concept at Tokyo Auto Salon 2024

Suzuki Swift Cool Rev Concept: The famend Auto Show appears to not occur this yr. However, the Tokyo Auto Show will probably be positively organised in Japan which will probably be joined by varied famend automakers the world over. Japan’s Indigenous automaker, Suzuki has made clear that it’s going to be a part of the Tokyo Auto Salon with the all-new mannequin of Swift. Alongside, it has additionally introduced that it showcased the Suzuki Swift Cool Rev Concept on the Tokyo Auto Salon 2024. The new particular version mannequin is formally referred to as “Cool Yellow Rev” by Suzuki.

Suzuki Swift Cool Rev Concept Details

Suzuki Yellow Cool Rev Concept

The Cool Rev mannequin is anticipated to characteristic some beauty tweaks that may assist it differ from the usual 2024 Swift mannequin. The Swift Cool Rev mannequin is anticipated to get the next floor clearance and fairly a rugged design. In phrases of options, this mannequin will stay the identical as the usual 2024 Swift mannequin.

Suzuki Swift Cool Rev Concept: Expected Powertrain

2024 Swift was additionally showcased within the Hybrid model on the Japan Mobility Show 2023 was the hybrid mannequin. The Yellow Cool Rev mannequin can also be anticipated to get the identical powertrain choice. The Indian model of the automotive will expectedly get the identical 1.2-litre Okay-Series petrol engine which produces a most energy of 89 bhp and a peak torque of 113 Nm. The powerhouse comes coupled with a five-speed guide and a five-speed AMT Unit. The 1.2-litre engine can also be anticipated to return with CNG compatibility and gentle hybrid expertise.

2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift: India Launch

The newest technology Maruti Suzuki Swift is anticipated to reach in India in 2024. In the Indian market, the car competes with the Hyundai Grand i10, Renault Triber, Hyundai Exter, Tata Punch and Citroen C3.

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