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Malcolm Flynn | Oct, 12 2012 | 1 Comment

Suzuki will show off a tweaked version of its Swift Sport mini-hero at next week’s Australian International Motor Show (AIMS).

The one-off model, created by Suzuki chief engineer Naoyuki Takeuchi, features a host of styling tweaks both inside and out.

A more aggressive bodykit is the most obvious change, with a deeper front chin spoiler, side skirts, rear diffuser, and an enlarged rear wing.

Five-spoke OZ wheels round out the visual changes, along with an upgraded brake kit and more aggressive bucket seats on the inside.

The 'regular' Swift Sport made its Australian debut in February, driven by a 100kW 1.6 litre engine and carying a $23,990 sticker price.

Suzuki isn’t saying whether any of the concept’s goodies will reach production, but we’ll bring you any updates live from the AIMS media day on the 18th of October.

 
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