Ahead of its official unveil in India, Suzuki has rolled out a fully hybrid variant of the upcoming Swift hatchback. Unveiled globally, the new Suzuki Swift has been rolled out in Hybrid SG and Hybrid SL variants in Japan. Both these variants combine the standard 91bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine to a 14bhp Motor Generator Unit (MGU) combined with 5-speed Auto Gear Shift (AGS) transmission. The biggest advantage of this mechanism is that while moving at a constant speed or crawling along in city traffic, the combustion engine is automatically switched off and the vehicle is switched to all-electric mode to drastically improve overall fuel economy.
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