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Suzuki reveals Swift Extreme concept at Thailand Motor Expo

New Delhi: The Swift hatchback car is a similar global product of Suzuki, which is quite popular. This car has a lot of craze in the Indian market.  Now Suzuki has presented a concept car named Swift Extreme at the ongoing International Motor Expo in Thailand.  According to Standard Swift, many major changes have been made in this concept car.  Which gives a different look to the car.

The grille of the Swift Extreme Concept car has been given a smaller and different design.  The front bumper features lip-spoiler amalgamations with prominent air dam and red highlights.  The headlamp with upper inside edge has been given a body-color panel extension, which has also changed the look of the bonnet.  The center on the bonnet has black trimming.  The deep lines and black trimming on the bonnet give the Swift Extreme a great look.

Talking of the side design, this concept car gets glossy-black finish fender extensions, which look like the cladding found on an SUV.  Apart from this, similar cladding has also been done on door sills.  The car has large and multi-spoke alloy wheels.

The rear look of the concept car is also different from the standard Swift and its look is sporty.  At the rear of the car, a blackened black roof mounted spoiler has been given out.  Also in the middle of the tail lamps is a thick gloss black stripe and a new rear bumper with a Fox Diffuser element.  There is an exit for exhaust in the square shape in the corner on either side of the rear bumper.  No information has been given about the interior and engine of the car presented at the motor show.

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