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We have here the first rendering of Suzuki Swift Sport

Suzuki Swift Sport render

Few 24 hours ago we announced that the Suzuki Swift would be officially unveiled at the Geneva Auto show, although earlier this year it will be presented in Japan, its country of origin. In that article we mentioned that this model of the Japanese brand would offer, at least, a 1.2 engine air intake and a 1.0 with turbo more power, as well as a large number of trim levels.

Time has not come to light any information or image on the sporty version, the Suzuki Swift Sport. Despite the fact that it is not a vehicle of high power figures, their contained dimensions as well as its low weight make it a really fun vehicle drivers, which transmit true driving sensations without therefore being necessary to play life, license, or both, in addition to being a very economic product.

X-Tomi Design has dared to develop rendering that we see in the image on the header that accompanies this article. In this design can see an aesthetic more sports with new bumper more aggressive, tomas’s air more striking and a small lip bottom in the front of color black. Also the side skirts side are more voluminous and receive this tonality. Few inches that we can see from behind makes us guess that at the bottom it will continue this same color. Rims, larger present a more elaborate design with black spokes and contours in brushed aluminum.

In August we published some pictures of a test Mule, hunted in its development phase, but their camouflage allowed us to see few design traits, although already appeared the two bulky exhaust outlets. With regard to the mechanical can say little. The version that is still in marketing uses a block atmospheric 1.6 yielding 136 CV; a power that probably rises up to haunt the 150 HP in this new generation of the Japanese model.

Source – Design X-Tomi

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