For all the video game lovers out there, this concept from Suzuki has a Hayabusa engine, but its styling could be a hint at the next-gen 2023 Swift.
Suzuki has rolled out a new concept for the latest Gran Turismo 7. However, speculations are rife that the styling package seen on this open-top 2-seater will also be seen on the next-gen 2023 Suzuki Swift. We know how excited people are about racing games. Moreover, they are even more crazy about their cars in the gaming world. For professional games like GT7, most car manufacturers around the world develop digital concept versions of their cars. Suzuki has developed its vehicle with a hybrid powerplant employing an engine from the Hayabusa and an electric motor. Here are the details of this unique product-
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Gran Turismo 7. Suzuki Concept with Hayabusa engine for
Although the vehicle intended for the virtual racing game is a two-seater open-top, it is fairly clear that many of the design cues here belong to the Swift family. The wide black radiator grille looks like it has been borrowed directly from the Swift Sport sold in the international markets. The swept-back sleek LED headlamps seen on the concept have long been expected to be installed on the next-gen 2023 Swift. Meanwhile, the front fascia of the concept also gets a huge splitter with aero vents. The bonnet is pulled in on both sides and the height of the car is low enough to make the car a proper racing tool. The massive alloy wheels with a beautiful pattern are the highlight of the side profile. There are distinctive creases on the door panels along with the wide rear wheel arch.
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The tail-end has also been designed quite aerodynamically. Sleek LED elements inside the stretched-back taillamp housing give it a futuristic design. For a sporty look, there is a large rear diffuser with dual exhaust pipes. The entire silhouette has been designed keeping in mind the aerodynamics and racing characteristics. The interiors of this vehicle have been designed keeping the racing community in mind. The steering comes in the shape of a gaming console with buttons on either side and center. There are two digital mirrors on either side relaying the real-time feed from the cameras.
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Suzuki Swift Sport Specs
It is powered by the Suzuki Swift Sport 1.6-litre inline 4-cylinder VVT, DOHC petrol engine that churns out 135bhp at 6,900rpm and 160Nm at 4,400rpm. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The sporty hatchback has a top speed of 193kmph and it takes just 8.7 seconds to reach this ton. Suzuki’s Gran Turismo 7 concept, on the other hand, gets a 1.3-litre turbo petrol engine from the Hayabusa sportsbike paired with 3 electric motors. The combined output of the hybrid powertrain is 432 hp and 610 Nm. Power is sent to all four wheels to enable great handling characteristics.
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