An eagle eyed car aficionado in Hungary has caught the 2011 Suzuki Swift with no camouflage while it was being transported in a hauler. The vehicles, stacked tightly, can be easily mistaken for the current generation Swift, if not for the flab-y bumper and placement of badges.
Hardly a few hours ago, we posted a video of two 2011 Swifts testing somewhere in Europe.
Suzuki's Hungarian plant in the town of Esztergom, about 60 km north of Budapest will manufacture the new Swift for European customers. We expect the new Swift to debut in India next year.
The undisguised new generation Suzuki Swift is a design evolution of the current model. On first glance, the new Swift seems to have put on body mass. Its rear tail lamp is much like the existing car, except for the transparent patch over the indicator bulb.
Another noticeable change is the shape of the rear window. The four door model snapped here has the same rear window design as the existing 3-door model (above). The stop light on the bumper has slipped further down. The rear wiper and windshield appears to have been carried over. The "Swift" font style and size is different, if you look closely.
No head-on shots are available at the moment. but we have a photoshopped image with the Kizashi-nose stuck to the new Swift's front-end that'll give you a rough idea.
The new Suzuki Swift could be unveiled officially on Thursday (June 10). Stay tuned for more.
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