Suzuki Swift Katana Edition Showcased In Tokyo

by Jatin Chhibber | 14/01/2020
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The Japanese carmaker Suzuki has showcased the Swift Sport Katana Edition at the 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon. The looks and design of the Katana Edition Swift Sport are inspired from the Suzuki’s iconic bike Katana which was revised at INTERMOT Motorcycle Show 2018 in a fully modern avatar.

Japanese carmaker Suzuki has showcased the Swift Sport Katana Edition at the 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon. The looks and design of the Katana Edition Swift Sport are inspired from Suzuki’s iconic bike Katana which was revised at INTERMOT Motorcycle Show 2018 in a fully modern avatar. The Japanese version of the car looks more extreme than the European-spec version which was introduced in the Netherlands last year. The paint scheme, along with the livery on the outside of the Suzuki Swift Katana Edition, is similar to the one employed on the Katana motorcycle. Thanks to the broader fenders, the Japanese version of the Swift Katana has a more magnetizing stance.

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Front side look of the Swift Katana

The Japanese version of the car looks more extreme than the European-spec version which was introduced in the Netherlands last year

As compared to the Swift Sport, the Japanese-spec Swift Sport Katana looks extreme with huge underbody extensions, wide fenders, darkened headlamp cluster, mirror housing, shark-fin antenna, aggressive blacked-out alloy wheels with a sporty red strip, Yokohama ADVAN tyres and Suzuki Katana badging all around the body.

The interior of the Suzuki Swift Katana Edition gets red highlights instead of the multicolour ones. Moreover, the steering wheel and infotainment system are ditched by silver and carbon-fibre ones. There is also model name badging on the dashboard of the car. The car gets propelled by the same 1.4-litre BoosterJet, K14C, turbocharged, four-cylinder mill, which puts out 140 PS of power at 5,500 rpm and 230 Nm of twisting force at 2,500-3,000 rpm. Transmission duties are done by a 6-speed manual transmission. 

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Rear-end of the Car

The interior of the Suzuki Swift Katana Edition now gets red highlights instead of the multicolour ones

In other news, the Indian carmaker Maruti Suzuki has decided to launch the all-new Vitara Brezza into the Indian market on February 6, which is the second day of the 2020 Auto Expo. The SUV will rival with likes of Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Hyundai Venue and Ford EcoSport. The all-new Vitara Brezza will employ cosmetical and features upgrade on the outside and inside. Moreover, the car will get propelled by 1.5-litre petrol mill.    

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