Suzuki has unveiled the all-new Swift. In its fourth iteration, Suzuki’s iconic hatchback has evolved into a sophisticated, smart compact with a crisp design, advanced safety features, and fun-to-drive playfulness that redefines everyday mobility.
A long-time favourite among consumers across the world seeking a stylish and fun-to-drive hatchback, the Swift has won numerous awards since its introduction as a global model in 2004. The all-new model builds upon the legacy of its predecessors, offering a driving experience that is not only enjoyable but also prioritises comfort, efficiency, and safety. The Swift has been sold in 169 countries and regions with accumulated sales of over 9 million units as of October 2023.
The all-new Swift will go on sale in the UK in Spring 2024 and further details regarding technical specification and standard equipment will be provided in due course.
The new Swift exudes confidence and adventure with a piano-black grille and L-shaped signature lamps that flow into rounded shoulder lines, highlighted by flared fenders.
Side on, the muscular contours tracing the new Swift’s profile, and the floating design of the roof add a sense of energetic lightness.
The three-dimensional rear combination lamps, and wide rear bumper give the new Swift a stable yet playful look that stands out on the road
The new Swift colour line-up consists of eight single-tone options and four dual-tone options, including new colours Frontier Blue Pearl Metallic and Cool Yellow Metallic. Notably, the new Frontier Blue Pearl Metallic joins the Burning Red Pearl Metallic paint scheme as a deep, vivid, candy-like colour tone, symbolising a new era of Suzuki paint quality. Both colour options consist of a three-layer coating, resulting in a rich texture and highly saturated hues.
The new Swift offers a spacious and comfortable cabin equipped with ergonomic features to elevate the driving experience.
Inside the new Swift is a cockpit designed for an immersive and ergonomic driving experience, featuring a centre cluster and controls that are subtly angled toward the driver to ensure ease of use. The wraparound, dual-tone black and light-grey dashboard and front door trim, with satin plating and satin dark silver paint accents, give the cabin a sporty, dynamic look.
The new 1.2-litre petrol 3-cylinder engine in the new Swift features improvements all around, combining enhanced fuel economy and reduced emissions, with higher low-speed torque for greater responsiveness and overall performance.
In the new Swift, the engine is paired with the mild hybrid system for further enhanced environmental performance. The hybrid system converts kinetic energy generated during deceleration, and stores it in the lithium-ion battery, and assists the engine when accelerating for higher fuel efficiency.