TMR first published pics of the all-new Suzuki Swift back on 18 March when British dealers saw the car for the first time.
Now, another image has appeared and it confirms Suzuki’s stylists have continued the theme of the current generation – note the tall cabin and blacked-out A and B-pillars.
But the new model – slated to arrive early next year - loses the current generation’s hard edges and adopts a more flowing look highlighted by a handsome front-end with a new-look grille and new, larger headlights.
Rear door handles are disguised in a black panel on the doors which extends to the top of the C-pillars on top of a kicked-up body colour element on the doors and rear three-quarter panels.
The front-end is dominated by those new headlights with encased indicator lights and the fog-light surrounds flow into a black panel which stretches full-width under the bumper.
As we saw in the pics published in March, the all-new Suzuki Swift will gain a contemporary and stylish interior with a large touchscreen and neat two-gauge instrument cluster
No official word on engines but European reports suggest the Swift Sport model will run the 103kW/220Nm turbocharged 1.4-litre four-cylinder engine we know from the Suzuki Vitara S-Turbo.
Expect the regular models to be powered by the handy 82kW/160Nm turbocharged 1.0-litre, three-cylinder ‘Boosterjet’ engine as fitted to the Baleno.
Image, top of page, via Ferd Facebook page
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