Suzuki Splash: It's Japanese for "Agila"
Earlier today, we told you about the new Aglia city car, which will be sold under GM's Opel and Vauxhall banners. Like its predecessor, a rebadged Suzuki Wagon R+, the new Agila is Suzuki-based (it's on the Swift platform). It's only natural, therefore, that Suzuki gets its own version of the car.
That car is the Splash, a name that first appeared on the concept that teased the forthcoming city car at the Paris Motor Show. The production version of the Splash will be built in Hungary and will offer the identical powertrains found in the Agila. Aside from a mildly different front fascia (and the Suzuki badges), it looks no different than its GM sibling. It'll also debut at this year's Frankfurt show. Suzuki's press release is included after the jump.
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