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Swift Extreme Concept Revealed At Motor Expo 2019 in Thailand

Swift Extreme Concept Revealed At Motor Expo 2019 in Thailand

Snapshot: Suzuki showcases the Swift Extreme Concept at the Motor Expo 2019 in Thailand without revealing the interior and engine details.

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  • The Suzuki Swift Extreme Concept model revealed at the International Motor Expo in Thailand

  • The Concept displays noticeable changes to the exteriors, whereas the interiors and engine details are not available.

Suzuki Swift has always been a popular model globally. The third generation of the model is active across the world today. The company has now revealed the Swift Extreme concept model at the International Motor Expo in Thailand.

The exteriors of the hatchback get noticeable changes in the form of a smaller grille and mesh design. The air dams on the bumper gel perfectly with the Suzuki Swift exterior design. The red highlight acts as a lip-spoiler element. This vehicle gets body-colored extensions to its panels that give an appearance of an extended bonnet line. The black trimming at the bonnet center with air vents on its sides is a highlighting feature.

The glossy fender extensions and the door cladding complement the multi-spoke alloy wheels correctly.

The vehicle is a stylish one with a prominent black-colored roof-mounted spoiler and the faux-diffuser feature on the rear bumper with integrated square exits for the exhaust.

The Suzuki Extreme interiors and engine details are unknown because the vehicle showcased at the Expo had heavily tinted windows. 

Swift is a popular vehicle in India since its launch in 2005. The third-gen car saw a launch at the 2018 Auto Expo. 

The Indian model gets a couple of excellent engine options including a BSVI-compliant 1.2L petrol engine. Maruti Suzuki is discontinuing its 1.3L diesel engine soon.

A prominent model in India, the Suzuki Swift has always ranked at the top of the best-selling cars list. This prevalent hatchback model competes with the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and the Ford Figo.    

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