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Suzuki Electric Hybrid Cars

Fuel efficient & economical hybrid cars

Hybrid Technology

Looking for great fuel efficiency and a cleaner way to travel? Our new petrol electric hybrid advanced driving system helps to reduce CO2 emissions and improve fuel economy.

Performance

Our hybrid systems are light and compact, and when combined with a lightweight chassis and responsive efficient petrol engine, this means you can expect nimble performance as well as improved efficiency.

Better fuel economy

Taking the place of a conventional alternator, the ISG enhances fuel efficiency by assisting the engine during acceleration – which means you’ll use less fuel during the most intensive parts of your journey.

ALLGRIP 4-wheel drive option

For a truly unique driving experience, you might even want to consider our ALLGRIP 4-wheel drive option, which helps maintain grip and excellent performance on all types of terrain.

Choose Your Hybrid Car

Browse our SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) models below to find the perfect car for you and your lifestyle.

How our Hybrid system works

The Integrated Starter Generator used in our hybrid system is belt driven, which makes restart quieter and smoother than other stop start systems - without the noise from the starter motor gears.

The only time our hybrid system uses the conventional engine starter motor is when the car’s first started from cold. The rest of the time, it uses the ISG unit to allow smooth and quiet engine restarts that you’ll barely notice.

How our Hybrid system works

Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki

Once you’re on the move and building up speed, the ISG will assist the engine during the during fuel-consuming acceleration. Then, while you’re cruising, the electricity that was stored during acceleration is used to power some of the electrical components in the car. At the same time, performance is maximised by focusing the power of the engine on driving instead of charging.

As you begin to slow down, the ISG efficiently converts the kinetic energy to electrical energy, charging both batteries – and when you apply the brakes, generation output increases to charge the battery further.