This New Year, Suzuki had revealed a hotter version of Alto for Japanese market. A turbocharged trim dubbed as Alto RS Turbo is what it’s all about.
Apparently, this original car in metal by Kei car will see the dawn at Tokyo Auto Salon 2015.
Likely to the other Kei examples, this too is fixed with a 660cc petrol engine but the output is still unknown. In general, the Alto with that naturally aspirated engine produces 48bhp or 51bhp.
Working on the changes made, they can be spotted as immense use of chrome, 17-inch alloys, Recaro seats and RS stickers. Even the bumper-lip, wing mirrors and decals are given the same finishing treatment as of the alloys to further enhance the sporty appeal.
However, Japanese automaker had claimed, this isn’t the first Turbo version of the Alto been released. Instead, there were numerous of them in the past rolled-out by other manufacturers. But all of them were available for the Japanese markets only, and thankfully not for India.