Meet Slammed Suzuki Swift Sport with Quad Exhaust System & Ultra-Low Profile Tyres

Suzuki Swift Sport has served as a base for some of the best-looking performance cars and this one from Japan is another example of a sporty low car with breathtaking visual enhancements. The car has been slammed to the maximum level as space between the wheel arches and tyres is next to zero on this custom-made swift. The five-spoke wheels are huge in comparison to the car’s profile and believe it or not, the lowest-possible profile of the tyres can be seen on this typical modified Swift Sport.

Meet Slammed Suzuki Swift Sport
Meet Slammed Suzuki Swift Sport with Quad Exhaust System

Kuhl Racing, the brand behind this extensive modification, has used a quad exhaust setup for the car that sits within a custom-built rear bumper. The upper section features the same pearl white finish while the lower black section imparts a splitter-style look to the car. The huge wing on the top creates an enormous amount of downforce and could help the modified Suzuki Swift Sport achieve better results on the track. The front end of the car has been equipped with slightly covered headlights for an overall aggressive design profile.

Meet Slammed Suzuki Swift Sport
Meet Slammed Suzuki Swift Sport with Quad Exhaust System

The entire body of this modified Suzuki Swift is covered under a sporty kit as the sides feature a complete skirting kit that leaves a very low amount of ground clearance on offer. The Japan-specific modified Swift is not suitable for the Indian roads as high-speed breakers will push the tyre against the wall with ease. Slammed cars are very common in a lot of countries while in India, the ban on modified vehicles has resulted in a drop in the number of customized cars and bikes in the country.

Meet Slammed Suzuki Swift Sport
Meet Slammed Suzuki Swift Sport with Quad Exhaust System

The Swift Sport is powerful enough to generate 140HP of maximum power and 230Nm of maximum torque from its 1.4L petrol engine. The most happening car of all time has not been launched in India yet, and the chances of its launch are all-time low as Maruti Suzuki uses a smaller 1.0L BoosterJet petrol engine on its performance-spec hatchbacks in India.

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