Suzuki Swift Sport Red Devil Limited Edition Is Too Hot


Suzuki hasn’t made any mechanical changes on the Swift Sport Red Devil and it is powered by 1.4 L Boosterjet engine producing 145 bhp of power and 230 Nm of torque

Suzuki officially announced special edition Swift Sport Red Devil in Australia. The Red Devil special edition model is limited to just 100 units and it is priced at a significant premium over the regular Swift Sport. The Red Devil is finished in Burning Red colour with carbon-black decals on hood, front bumper, doors and front & rear door panels.

The interior remains to be same except for red decals on dashboard and door pads which does make the cabin look even more sporty with all black finish. The new generation Swift already looks really good and the Sport model increases it to another level new mesh finish for grille along with sporty bumper at front and rear.

Also Read : 138 HP New Suzuki Swift Sport To Enter UK With Host Of Features

New-Suzuki-Swift-Sport-InteriorSuzuki has given 17 inch alloywheels which fit the wheel arches very well and tyres are low profile along with low ground clearance make the Swift Sport look ready for action. At the rear, Suzuki has given new diffuser and chrome tip for the exhaust which produces sporty note. The interior of regular model was already sporty and the company has just added some red finish to spice up the interior.

Suzuki hasn’t made any mechanical changes for Swift Sport Red Devil and it is powered by 1.4 L Boosterjet engine producing 145 bhp of power and 230 Nm of torque. The power is sent to front wheels via 6 speed manual or 6 speed automatic gearbox. The Japanese manufacturer has focused a lot on improving handling.

Also Read : Suzuki Swift Sport Matte Black Version Ready To Rock Tokyo Auto Salon

New-Suzuki-Swift-Sport-SideEarlier there were some rumours of Maruti introducing Swift Sport in India but the company hasn’t given any information about it. Maruti is planning to use the same engine on Swift Sport in Vitara Brezza so it won’t increase cost for the company to introduce the sport model in India. Once the new plant rolls out regular model, we can expect Maruti to introduce Swift Sport.