Is Suzuki Swift Classic 69 Edition a Rockstar at BIMS 2024?

The Swift Classic 69 Edition is based on the current generation vehicle but has a unique exterior and interior design to evoke a nostalgic 1960s vibe. Suzuki has displayed a number of intriguing cars at the Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS) in 2024. The Swift Classic 69 Edition is one of these, sporting a racing-inspired, retro-inspired look. At BIMS 2020, Swift Classic 69 was also on display. Its skin, colours, and features, however, were completely different.
The light green exteriors are one of the aspects that first attract attention. Blacked-out components provide an eye-catching contrast that perfectly complements it. The grille, bumper, fog lamp housings, side moulding, pillars, ORVMs, roof, diffuser, and rear bumper are all finished in black. The Swift Classic 69 Edition has standard steel wheels in place of alloy ones. It goes well with the hatch’s overall retro profile. The two polygonal fake exhausts at the back are very striking. The tail lamp design is identical to the one on the current model that is marketed in Thailand.
Interiors that are entirely analogue
Although screens are becoming more common, the Swift Classic 69 Edition’s interior, with its analogue dials and physical buttons, exudes confidence. There are no technological distractions, and everything is self-explanatory. The colour scheme for the interiors is two tones deep, consisting of beige and ivory.

Key features
A thick black body covering is added to the hatch. The headlamps are the same shape as the ones on the current generation of vehicles. However, it has conventional chrome reflectors and halogen lamps. The chrome treatment is also applied to the Suzuki logo.
The two racing stripes with the number 69 on the bonnet are the most noticeable characteristics. The tailgate also displays the racing stripes. The black decals with the ’69 Classic’ badge are placed on the sides. The outside colour, light green, is also used as a highlight on the dashboard and doors. The traditional quilted pattern of leatherette upholstery gives it an opulent appearance and feel. The doors’ beige leatherette trim further improves the user’s overall visual experience.
The Swift Classic 69 Edition won’t see any performance improvements based on the current model that is offered in Thailand and other Asian markets. The K12M engine that powers the base Suzuki Swift in Thailand has a maximum power output of 83 PS and a peak torque of 108 Nm. 23 km/L is the stated fuel economy. Swift makes use of the robust, lightweight Heartect platform. It guarantees maximum fuel efficiency while also contributing to performance improvement.

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