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Suzuki has unveiled the Swift Sport Red Devil Edition. The new limited edition model of the Swift Sport is expected to be introduced in Australia soon.
The Swift Sport Red Devil Edition will come with a special red paint scheme with black racing decals. The sports hatchback will also feature exterior highlights that accentuate the lines of the car.
The devil red paint scheme on the Swift Sport gives the car an aggressive and imposing stance. The exteriors come with black decals, which add to the imposing look of the hatchback.
Black decals can be seen on the bonnet, the tip of the headlamps and the front and rear overhangs. The Swift Sport Red Devil edition also features black bumper blades at the front.
The car is expected to go on sale in Australia sometime in July. Suzuki will be offering just 100 models of the Swift Sport Red Devil Edition. The car is expected to cost an equivalent of Rs 14.81 lakh (AUD 29,156), excluding taxes.
Although, the interiors have not yet been revealed. The car is expected to carry forward the same features as on the standard Swift sport.
The standard version of the Swift Sport comes with black interiors with red highlights on the dashboard, centre console and side armrests. The Suzuki Swift Sport also features contrast red stitching on the seats.
Mechanically, the Swift Sport Red Devil edition will be the same as the standard. The limited edition variant will be powered by the 1.4-litre ‘BoosterJet' four-cylinder turbo petrol engine. It produces 138bhp and 230Nm of torque. The engine will further be mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.
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Thoughts On The Suzuki Swift Red Devil Edition
There have been multiple rumours about the launch of the Swift Sport in India. However, no official announcement has been made. If launched in India, the Swift Sport will be the most expensive hatchback in the Indian market, rivalling the Fiat Punto Abarth.