The all-new Suzuki Jimny has been spotted completely undisguised ahead of its official debut on July 5. Based on these photos posted online by Creative311, the fourth-generation model’s retro styling appears to be a throwback to the first- (LJ) and second-generation (SJ) Jimny.

Despite the boxy shape, the new Jimny still adopts a few cues found on the third-generation (JB) model. For instance, the large headlamps frame a five-section grille and the fog lamps are tucked away in the corners of the bumper.

In other areas, the new car is decidedly different, with more muscular wheel arches, angular window frames and a raised bonnet. The rear hatch also appears to be more practical thanks to a larger opening, with the taillights pushed downwards – slot for the spare tyre remains.

The interior also gets overhauled in the new Jimny, with a framed infotainment screen located on the dashboard. This requires the air-con vents to be placed further downwards, followed by the aesthetically-pleasing climate control switchgear. The new steering wheel and instrument cluster appear to be taken straight from the latest Swift, albeit with slight revisions. To match its rugged exterior, there’s also a grab handle ahead of the front passenger.

In other brochure images, it seems the Jimny will be offered in a Sierra variant as well. If the name is any indication, expect this variant to feature even more off-road-inspired styling. Referring to the grainy images, an exterior styling kit and revamped interior are among the enhancements.

The leaked brochuers also confirm the Jimny will soldier on with a ladder-on-frame construction and an all-wheel drive system. Engine options are likely to include a 1.0 litre turbocharged three-cylinder Boosterjet engine and a 1.2 litre four-cylinder DualJet unit.