The 2018 Suzuki Swish has been unveiled at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show and it is a looker.

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Suzuki has revealed the 2018 Swish at the ongoing Tokyo Motor Show. The 2018 iteration of the Swish gets sportier and sharper design cues. The scooter gets the headlamp mounted on the body instead of the handlebar. The previous generation Swish had the headlamp mounted on to the handlebar. There is an LED headlamp with LED DRLs, LED tail-light with neatly integrated rear indicators, split grab rails, a bigger exhaust, 10-inch alloy wheels and a fully-digital instrument console.

Suzuki claims there is improved storage space in the new Swish where helmet and small knick-knacks can be stored. The seat is high-set and there is a storage area in the front as well. The 2018 Swish also gets a front disc brake. Suspension duties are carried by telescopic forks up front and a single shock absorber at the rear.

The Japanese automaker is yet to reveal the mechanicals of the 2018 Swish. However, we expect the scooter to get the same 125cc motor from the Access 125. The 125cc motor makes 8.5 HP of power and 10.2 Nm of torque and comes paired to a CVT automatic gearbox.

2018 Suzuki Swish

– The 2018 Suzuki Swish has been unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show
– The scooter gets a fully-digital instrument cluster
– Suzuki hasn’t yet unveiled the engine specifications of the Swish

Suzuki Swish Front
The 2018 Swish gets GSX-inspired headlight
Suzuki Swish Instrument Console
The fully-digital instrument console looks neatly integrated
Suzuki Swish Side Profile
The 2018 Swish is expected to make its debut at the 2018 Auto Expo in India
Suzuki Swish Mileage
The scooter gets a disc brake for the front wheel
Suzuki Swish Rear
Suzuki is yet to confirm the 2018 Swish for India