The new chapter in Suzuki’s history is all about harnessing the new opportunities from the partnership with another Japanese giant Toyota and making sure that all of the upcoming models get electrified. Therefore, 2021 brings us more fuel efficient and dynamic Suzuki car models that will be briefly examined in this video.
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#1 2021 Suzuki Swace
This is the second car model supplied by Toyota for Suzuki’s rebadging as a part of their strategic partnership. In essence, the Suzuki Swace is a version of the Corolla Touring Sports compact station wagon.
#2 2021 Suzuki Vitara Hybrid
The 2021 Suzuki Vitara still belongs to the 4th generation of the model, and on the European market, it is offered exclusively as a Euro6D compliant MHEV. The familiar turbocharged 1.4L Boosterjet engine is assisted by a compact 48V hybrid system, that consists of a tiny battery, an integrated starter generator, and a converter.
#3 2021 Suzuki Dzire
Based on the lightweight HEARTECT platform, the facelifted Dzire drops the old narrow grille design in favor of a single-frame hexagonal grille, and adopts distinct LED headlamps and beefier bumpers.
#4 2021 Suzuki Across Plug-in Hybrid
Born out of Suzuki’s partnership with Toyota Motor Corp, the Across SUV is based on the best-selling RAV4, to be specific its Plugin hybrid variant. Developed exclusively for the European market, the model has less of a storm trooperish front, but in all other respects, it exactly the same as the Rav4.
#5 2021 Suzuki Swift & Swift Sport Hybrid
Despite its super compact package, the Swift family has been giving emotional driving pleasure to countless thousands of buyers for nearly two decades now. The latest facelift boosted the level of its appeal by going hybrid.
#6 2021 Suzuki S-Cross Hybrid
Promising up to 15 percent better fuel efficiency, the Suzuki small SUV adds an electrified powertrain to its current line-up. The S-Cross Hybrid pairs the already familiar 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and a 48V mild-hybrid system.
#7 2021 Suzuki ignis Hybrid
Launched in mid-2020, the facelifted version of the Suzuki Ignis arrives to the market with an all-new mild-hybrid engine and much more crossover-like styling.