Suzuki Getting Ready To Launch 2012 Swift Sport

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Suzuki prepares to launch the 2012 Swift Sport as it was unveiled earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show. Development for the upcoming Swift Sport is currently underway at the infamous Nurburgring.

Suzuki has confirmed plans to produce a Swift Sport next year. It will be based on the S-Concept that was unveiled earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show. The upcoming trim is expected to feature a "massive" rear wing, side skirts with vent openings and a new rear diffuser. The fierce looking Swift generates its power from a 1.6-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine that delivers 136hp and will be offered with an option of either a six-speed manual or an automatic transmission.

The interior will feature Recaro styled seats, carbon fiber trim and a new steering wheel. The exterior will include a new bodywork design, new headlights, upgraded Brembo brakes, rear roof spoiler and 18-inch wheels. Development of the upcoming Swift Sport is currently taking place at the Nurburgring. The next generation Suzuki Swift is set to go on sale early next year, but no definitive time has been given as to when it will launch in the US.

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