To celebrate winning their seventh MotoGP world championship, Suzuki has unveiled the Swift Sport World Champion Edition. A limited-edition model, the Suzuki Swift Sport World Champion edition, is currently on sale in Italy.
Special edition Swift Sport gets a unique Blue and Silver paint scheme with racing stripes
Gets neon highlights and Joan Mir’s autograph in the cabin
Swift facelift India launch in the coming weeks
Suzuki Swift Sport World Champion Edition: What’s different?
The Swift Sport World Champion Edition gets several unique details inside and out, to differentiate it from the regular Swift Sport. The World Champion Edition models are finished in the Blue and Silver livery of Suzuki’s MotoGP championship winning motorcycle. The limited edition also gets racing stripes on the bonnet, roof and tailgate.
On the inside, there’s neon detailing on the dashboard, door cards and around the gear lever. Every Swift Sport World Champion Edition also sports an autograph by 2020 MotoGP world champion Joan Mir on the dashboard.
Apart from these cosmetic changes, the Swift Sport remains mechanically identical.
Suzuki Swift Sport World Champion Edition: engine and gearbox details
Powering the Swift Sport World Champion Edition is a 1.4-litre, four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine putting out 127hp and 235Nm. The Swift Sport also has a 48V hybrid system that produces an additional 13hp. Power is sent to the front wheels via a 6-speed manual gearbox.
Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift to launch soon
While it’s unlikely that the Swift Sport will be brought down to India, Maruti Suzuki is currently gearing up to launch the Swift facelift in the country. Along with cosmetic updates, the Swift facelift will also gain a new 90hp, 1.2-litre DualJet petrol engine.
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