The Suzuki Swift S-CONCEPT To Be Unveiled At The 2011 Genenva Motor Show

Suzuki Swift S-CONCEPT
Suzuki Swift S-CONCEPT

At this years Geneva Motor Show on 1st March 2011, Suzuki will unveil the Suzuki Swift S-CONCEPT model. This exciting Concept is based on the all new Suzuki Swift, launched across Europe last Autumn and is in line with Suzuki's brand philosophy of delivering excitement. Its overall development concept was to create a stylish sport compact with premium performance.

The design of Suzuki Swift S-CONCEPT follows the theme of "more sporty and exciting", reflected by its stylish appearance with bold, accentuated bodywork design and rear roof spoiler.

Also on display and on sale in the UK from March is the revised 2011 model Suzuki Splash with new, more powerful 94PS Dual VVT 1.2-litre engine - first used in the new Swift. This engine offers improved driveability and even more cost effective motoring than before with seven per cent fewer emissions - now just 119g/km - and combined fuel consumption of 55.4mpg for the 1.2-litre with manual transmission.

The revised Suzuki Splash will be available with new 'SZ' model grading, in line with all other Suzuki models and is also available with a 1.0-litre engine. Specification upgrades include new interior seat trim as well as new design alloy wheels for the 1.2-litre SZ4. Pricing starts from £9,495 for the 1.0-litre SZ3 model.


Published : 10/02/11 Author : Staff

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