Suzuki Swift Cabrio will not see the light of day

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2018 Suzuki Swift Cabrio

Suzuki Swift is now the subject of a rendering. Nowadays, it is not a new thing. It happens with almost all the new cars. The majority of people go for a hot version. In this one, rather than imagining it as Renault Clio RS rival or Opel Corsa OPC, the X-Tomi gave a glimpse of how it could look like as a convertible. Somehow the Suzuki Swift pulls off the cabriolet bodystyle. Its exterior seems to be chic and retro at the same time. Suzuki Swift Cabrio would be a cheaper alternative to some more expensive cabriolets like VW Beetle Convertible or Mini Cooper Convertible.

For such a version of a new Japanese supermini apart from losing its roof for a soft top would come as a two door. Along with reinforcement to make up for the lose chassis rigidity because of the chopped top. The cabriolet in the render is based on the Suzuki Swift Sport. It is powered by a VVT 1.6 liter petrol engine. It produces 160 NM and 136 PS of torque. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 8.7 seconds. A cabriolet can take slightly longer because of the heavy roof folding system.

Suzuki is preparing itself to launch the new Swift hatch on 4th January in Japan. It’s just two months before when it will celebrate its global debut in Geneva. The customers in its how the market can choose from three engines. They will be a mild hybrid version with a 1.2 liter inline four paired to a CVT and the 1.0 liter turbo for sporty RSt. The turbo will be available in front wheel drive only and the first will have a front or all wheel drive.

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