The 2021 Suzuki Swift Sport.
The new generation of Swift Sport is based on Suzuki newly developed Heartect Platform. It has the advantages of light weight and high rigidity. It is a performance car and has been strengthened, the light performance of this car is guaranteed. The tires, 16-inch wheels are used to ensure the grip of the tires. In terms of appearance design, compared to the regular version of the Swift Sport, which has exclusive front and rear bumpers and has a carbon fiber rear wing and other details, it seems that the sporty construction is still good.
The Suzuki Swift Sport basically has some corresponding configurations, such as sports seats. Swift Sport also provides some popular functions, in the middle is a seven-inch touchscreen display with Suzuki four tile menu layout and it is hooked up to a standard six-speaker setup. Including Android Auto and Apple Car play connectivity, the instrument has a color information screen which can display water temperature, gear, fuel consumption, mileage, engine torque, horsepower output, G-Force display, turbocharging status and oil temperature. It gets automatic LED projector headlights with manual beam levelling, LED daytime running lights, halogen fog lamps, as well as faux carbon fiber trims on the front grille, lower lip, side skirts and rear bumper. There is also Bluetooth and voice recognition support, plus a reverse camera.
In terms of engine, Swift Sport uses a 1.4-liter direct injection turbocharged engine, with 140 maximum horsepower and 230 Nm of torque. It is matched with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Unfortunately, the Swift Sport is not available with a six-speed manual transmission, but at least it gets shift paddles. According to official data, 0-100 acceleration in just 8 seconds and 6.1-liter per 100 kilometer fuel consumption, which is considered to have both performance and fuel consumption performance.
Keeping the 970 kilogram hatch in check is a MacPherson Strut with coil springs suspension up front, while the rear is managed by a torsion beam system. It rides on smaller 16-inch dual-tone, twin five-spoke alloys as opposed to the larger 17-inch units and the factory tires are 195/50 series Yokohama Advan A13C rubbers.
The Swift Sport does not come with any advanced driver assist systems. It only gets six airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP, hill hold assist and dual Isofix child seat anchors for the two outer rear seats. There are four exterior color options to choose from: Champion Yellow, Speedy Blue Metallic, Pearl Pure White and Burning Red Metallic.