Suzuki has presented a 'Swiss Edition' of the Suzuki Swift at the Geneva Motor Show which is based on the Swift facelift.
The car's exterior is lavished with a sky blue paint and a white contrast roof. Dual five-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels, and a 'Swiss Edition' badge on the rear windshield are the differentiating aspects. A noticeable difference to the interior is the white contrast stitching on the steering wheel and seats.
Another feature on the Swiss Edition that we don't see on others Swifts is the multimedia touchscreen on the dashboard where the music system would be normally be installed.
Suzuki Swift Swiss Edition Features
- ABS with Brake Assist
- ESP with Traction Control
- Engine Immobilizer
- Driver and passenger airbag, and side airbag, front and rear curtain airbag, knee airbag
- Air-conditioning with pollen filter
- Remote central locking
- Electrically adjustable heated door mirrors
- Music system with USB and Aux port
- Steering mounted controls
- Heated front seats
The car is powered by a 1.2-liter four-cylinder petrol engine which is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. The engine produces 94 PS, and drives the front wheels. The car comes with a general five-year warranty and a twelve-year rust warranty.
The Swift Swiss Edition is priced at 19,970 Swiss Francs (13.98 lakh rupees) on-road, Geneva.