Suzuki Presents Swift Sport Rock am Ring Edition

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Suzuki is launching a new special edition for the Swift Sport compact, the Swift Sport Rock am Ring.

The model celebrates the 25th anniversary of the music festival, which is sponsored by the Japanese manufacturer and takes place at the Nurburgring race track in June.

The Swift Sport Rock am Ring can be distinguished by the bespoke logos that are present both on the car’s body and in its interior. In order to bring bring the festival’s spirit inside the car, Suzuki offers a new entertainment system that comprises of a Clarion Navigation system, featuring a 6.9 inch color display, a 30 Gb hard drive for storing music, multiple power speakers and an iPod auxiliary adapter.

The new version of the car can be ordered in one of the three colors available: Whit Pearl Metallic, Cosmic Black Pearl Metallic and Supreme Red Pearl Metallic.

The warm hatch doesn’t feature any technological upgrades, so it uses the standard Sport Swift’s configuration. This means that the car is powered by a naturally aspirated 1.6 liter petrol unit, that offers 125 hp at 6,800 rpm and 109 lb-ft (148 Nm) of torque at 4,800 rpm. The unit pushes the vehicle past the 62 mph mark in 8.9 seconds and gives it a top speed of 124 mph (200 km/h), returns a fuel consumption of 33.6 mpg (7 liters/100 km) and emits 165 grams of CO2/ km.

The automotive producer will only build 700 units of the music-inspired Swift Sport, with sales scheduled to start in April. The Rock am Ring Swift can be yours for 17,990 euro.
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