Suzuki has released the first official photo for the all-new Swift Sport, which is set to make its debut at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

In terms of visuals, the car distinguishes itself from the standard Swift thanks to a new front bumper that no longer sees the fog lamps being linked together. The face also features a new intake and wider grille, the latter sporting a wave-like mesh rather than a honeycomb design.

Beyond this frontal view, Suzuki did not reveal any further information about the performance-focused Swift, although previous reports have hinted at a car that will tip the scales at around 870 kg, which is 200 kg less than the previous-gen Swift Sport.

Where the regular Swift is available with either a K10C 1.0 litre Boosterjet turbocharged three-cylinder or K12C 1.2 litre twin-injector Dualjet NA four-cylinder, the Swift Sport could get a more powerful 1.4 litre BoosterJet four-pot from the Vitara S.

We’ll have to wait until the Frankfurt Motor Show to find out just what the new Swift Sport’s specifications will look like. For now, what do you think of Suzuki’s latest hot hatch?

GALLERY: Fourth-generation Suzuki Swift