After being spied on throughout 2016, the next generation of the Suzuki Swift has finally been unveiled officially in Japan. Well, how the Suzuki’s flagship compact car (supermini) would look like has been known for months now – its new exterior design doesn’t surprise anyone.
So, the official reveal of the 2017 Suzuki Swift is more like a formality. But of course, details weren’t known before the official unveiling, and that is why many people are still looking forward to the formal launch of the next generation of the Swift.
However, the Swift supermini that Suzuki revealed is a Japanese version. This means that its specs are intended for the Japanese market, and what has been revealed could be much different – save from the exterior -- from those that will be sold in other markets around the world.
As indicated, the newly revealed next-gen Suzuki Swift is made for the Japanese market with its global versions due for unveiling at the upcoming 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March. The Japanese carmaker is expected to commence sales of its flagship supermini soon after its Geneva Motor Show reveal.