Suzuki has released more photos of the upcoming Swift Sport, set to make its debut at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. Most of the photos are exactly as the ones seen in a brochure that was leaked online recently, and shouldn’t be much of a surprise by now.

On the exterior, the Swift Sport gets its own styling cues to differentiate it from a standard Swift, most noticeably by its new face (bumper, grille and fog lamps). The car also gets dual exhaust pipes at the rear to reflect its sportier persona as well.

The Swift Sport’s interior also features a few modifications, starting with red-coloured trim on the dashboard. Said colour is a running theme in the cabin, as you’ll see in the instrument cluster, engine start/stop button and contrast stitching on the new Swift Sport-specific seats.

As for the vehicle controls, there’s a flat-bottomed steering wheel just like a standard Swift, although it does come with gloss black trim and a different leather wrap. To the left, you’ll find the gear shifter for the six-speed manual transmission, confirming one of the car’s technical aspects.

What remains unknown is the engine that will be under the hood of the Swift Sport. Based on the digital boost gauge in the instrument cluster, the powerplant will clearly be turbocharged, although we can’t confirm its actual capacity. Rumours point towards a 1.4 litre BoosterJet four-cylinder from the Vitara S that churns out 150 PS and 245 Nm.


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