This is one interestingly customized Suzuki Swift Sport by Kuhl Racing. Read on for more information.
Suzuki Swift Sport is a tiny, nimble, good-looking budget performance car. Sadly, the car was never brought to India. That doesn't mean, however, that the car doesn't catch the fancy of the enthusiasts. This modified Suzuki Swift Sport is a striking example of a sporty car with low ground clearance and impressive visual improvements. Kuhl Racing has slammed the car to the fullest as the space between the tyres and the wheel arches have been decreased to almost zero on this customized Swift.
This Suzuki Swift Sport has received extensive modifications by Kuhl Racing.
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The car features a quad exhaust system which is located in a rebuilt rear bumper. While the upper part of the car has a simple pearl white paint scheme, the black lower part gives it a more upmarket feel. The top large wing lends the car more downforce and helps the customized Swift Sport achieve better performance. In the front, the vehicle gets newly-designed headlamps which are slightly covered to give it a more aggressive front.
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Covering the overall body of the car is a sporty kit while the side gets an entire skirting kit which makes the ground clearance of the car much lower. This modified vehicle is not appropriate for India, where the roads are usually in bad conditions since breakers at a high speed can easily push the tyres against the wall. You can easily catch sight of slammed vehicles in many countries. In India though, this type of vehicle has been banned, which results in a considerable decrease in the number of modified vehicles there.
The ground clearance of the vehicle has been lowered to a large extent.
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The Suzuki Swift Sport is powered by a 1.4-litre gasoline burner which can deliver a maximum power of 140 HP against 230 Nm. The Swift Sport has yet to be launched in India and its launch is even very unlikely to happen since Maruti Suzuki has used a smaller 1.0 Booster Jet petrol motor as the power source for its now-discontinued Baleno RS performance hatchback.