X-Tomi designs has created a rendering of a Suzuki Vitara Sport, taking inspiration from the Suzuki Swift Sport by way of the colour scheme and design changes at the front end.
The Vitara Sport is painted in the "Champion Yellow" shade which is offered exclusively with the Swift Sport and gets a honeycomb grille, a more pronounced airdam, aggressively styled foglight enclosures, larger alloy wheels and a lowered ride height.
Suzuki has not announced plans for a Vitara Sport. The company already offers a more powerful Vitara S powered by the 1.4-liter turbocharged BoosterJet engine seen on the Swift Sport. This engine makes 140 hp in both vehicles but takes 10.2 seconds to hit 100 km/h in the Vitara S and 8.0 seconds on the Swift Sport. The standard 2019 Vitara petrol offers the smaller three-cylinder 1.0-liter BoosterJet engine.
The 140 hp 1.4-liter BoosterJet is the most powerful future-ready engine Suzuki Cars mass manufactures (the carmaker also makes the 2.4-liter VVT naturally aspirated 163 hp engine for the now aging Grand Vitara, but it is safe to assume this engine will be discontinued with this product), and a more powerful derivative to shave off a few seconds off the Vitara's 0-100 km/h sprint is highly unlikely.