New Suzuki S-Concept will be the first look at the firm's new Swift Sport
10 February 2011

Suzuki will preview the styling of its new Swift Sport with this S-Concept model at next month’s Geneva motor show.

The model, pictured here in this official teaser picture, is being billed as a “stylish sport compact with premium performance”.

See the pic of the new Suzuki S-Concept

Power is expected to come from an upgraded version of the previous Sport’s 1.6-litre engine, while chassis tweaks will also make for a more dynamic drive.

Styling upgrades will include changes to the front grille, a new rear roof spoiler, a new front splitter, new side sills, a lower ride height and new alloy wheels.

Read the full road test of the new Suzuki Swift

Suzuki will also be launching revisions to its Splash range at Geneva. The Splash gets the 93bhp 1.2-litre VVT petrol engine from the new splash which offers 119g/km CO2 emissions and combined economy of 55.4mpg when equipped with a manual gearbox.

New interior trim and alloy wheel options are also being launched for the Splash.

See all the latest Suzuki Swift reviews, news and video

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