Suzuki Swift S Concept unveiled at AIMS 2011

Suzuki Swift S Concept AIMS 2011

Suzuki Swift S Concept AIMS 2011

Suzuki has pulled the covers off its exciting new Swift S Concept at the Australian International Motor Show in Melbourne.

Based on the eye-catching design and shape of the all new model Swift but with a more sporty twist, the concept is powered by a 1.6 litre VVT engine and is significantly lower and 60mm wider than the production version thanks to dynamic features such as front and rear sports bumpers, flared wheel arches, rear deck spoiler, 18 inch alloy wheels and exclusive chrome accents on the fog lights and rear combination lamps.

Suzuki Swift S Concept AIMS 2011 DASH

Inside adds black and yellow leather Recaro sports bucket seats, a specially-designed carbon-fibre centre console, leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, alloy sports pedals and premium chrome highlights on the instrument cluster.

Suzuki Swift S Concept AIMS 2011 FRONT SEATS

In line with Suzuki’s brand philosophy of delivering excitement in every drive, the Swift S Concept creates a premium sport compact with uncompromising performance, reflected in the intense yellow body colour.

Specifications
Overall length 3,890mm
Overall width 1,755mm
Overall height 1,475mm
Wheelbase 2,430mm
Engine 1.6 litre VVT
Powertrain Front-wheel drive
Tyres Bridgestone RE11 225/45R18
Transmission 6MT
Body Colour Lightning Pearl Yellow

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