Suzuki Revealed 4th Generation 2024 Model Swift. The new Suzuki Swift was recently shown off in concept form at the Tokyo Motor reveal, but as these fresh photographs reveal, the production car will appear identical when it arrives in 2024.
Suzuki Revealed 4th Generation 2024 Model Swift
The production-ready Swift was revealed on Suzuki Japan’s press page with no alterations from the concept. The design is very similar to the rounded supermini shape that we’ve grown accustomed to over the last 20 years.
Although superminis and subcompacts are no longer popular in North America, there is still a demand for anything small and inexpensive worldwide. Take, for example, Suzuki’s Swift. The affordable and cheery offering has been a remarkable success in Indian and South African markets, and it is also available in other key countries around the world, including Europe and Australia.
Not to be outdone, the Japanese manufacturer is working on a revamped replacement with greater technology and safety. Do you want to learn more? Continue reading for an illustrative pre-launch glimpse.
Suzuki Swift 2024 Price in UK
The Swift is expected to come to the UK next year, with a starting price that is likely to be more than the current model’s £17,199 entry-level price. However, it would still be one of the most affordable superminis on the market, competing with the Citroen C3, Dacia Sandero, and SEAT Ibiza.
|Suzuki Swift 2024||£17,199|
Suzuki Swift 2024 Price in Pakistan
|Suzuki Swift 2024||PKR 61,00,000|
Inside, the dashboard has been updated, incorporating a new nine-inch touchscreen with an infotainment system that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Below that are some physical climate control switches, as well as several USB charging ports. Although the steering wheel and gear lever look identical to the previous model, a new set of driver instrumentation has been introduced.
Suzuki chose an evolutionary design for the new Swift. It has a ‘floating roof’ formed by blacking out the A-pillar, as well as plenty of curved edges and a clamshell-like bonnet to give it a sleeker appearance. The back end has lighting identical to the present model, as well as a roof spoiler and a rear-view camera.
A new engine has been designed for the Swift’s fourth generation. It has a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine with a CVT gearbox, which Suzuki claims “improves quietness and fuel efficiency.” As before, there’s mild-hybrid power from an integrated starter generator and the option of two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive on Japanese models, however, we expect UK Swifts will only come with two-wheel drive.