A keen-eyed driver in Hungary managed to spot the next-generation of the Suzuki Swift without a single trace of camouflage on a vehicle transporter. And if you're wondering how come in Hungary, that's because like today's model, the European market Swift will be manufactured at Suzuki's Hungarian plant in the town of Esztergom, about 60 km north of Budapest.
Despite the fact that the driver was only able to snag the rear end of the Japanese supermini, these pictures confirm that the 2011 Swift's design is an evolution of the current model.
We still don't know any specific details about the car, but according to the Hungarian media, Suzuki will release the first official photos and specs on the new Swift on Thursday, June 10, so stay tuned for more...
Thanks for the tip Martin! Via: Totalcar , Source: Jatekbetyar.hu