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The Sport version now has the turbocharged Boosterjet engine.

Output is up 4 horsepower, torque is improved by 52 lb-ft, and it now weighs less than 1000 kg.

ETC

The Geo Metro's souped-up sibling.

With nearly twice the horsepower of its three-cylinder Geo Metro sibling, the Suzuki Swift GT was a quick little beast. Here's a used-up example, found in a wrecking yard in the shadow of Pikes Peak.

These days, even the Yaris has more than 100 horses. Is it possible to have fun with less? Which sub-100hp car was (or is) the most fun?

Teased

Suzuki is teasing two concepts for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March. The iM-4 might preview the look of the next Jimny, and the iK-2 could suggest the styling direction of a future Swift.

Report

Way back in 2004, Volkswagen took umbrage with Suzuki being granted permission to use the nameplate "SWIFT GTi" for a performance variant of its small-car offering (2012 equivalent seen here). Now, eight years and surely some very steep legal bills later, VW has finally dropped its claim against Suzuki.

Official

With over a billion people, the Indian market holds huge potential for any automaker. In fact, Suzuki makes a dedicated range of vehicles on the subcontinent specifically for the local market under the Maruti banner, and this is their latest.

Report

While some would have you believe that Americans are unique in their general preference for traditional betrunked sedans over hatchbacks, don't let them sway you. There are plenty of markets in the world where trunklids are preferred to tailgates. But while sedans are typically viewed as larger than hatchbacks, the new Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire.

Tokyo

For their home turf show, Japanese automakers often bring out the best and quirkiest. To cite just a few examples, how about the three different Nissan Pivo concepts, the Honda EV-N and the Nissan Land Glider. Suzuki continues the trend this year with a full slate of world premieres of unusual designs wrapped around some eco-friendly powertrains.

Tokyo

For their home turf show, Japanese automakers often bring out the best and quirkiest. To cite just a few examples, how about the three different Nissan Pivo concepts, the Honda EV-N and the Nissan Land Glider. Suzuki continues the trend this year with a full slate of world premieres of unusual designs wrapped around some eco-friendly powertrains.

Official

Hot-hatch enthusiasts take note: the Suzuki Swift Sport is back.

2011 Suzuki Swift – Click above for high-res image gallery

2011 Suzuki Swift - Click above for image gallery

Suzuki Swift PHEV – Click above for high-res image gallery

Suzuki Swift Sport "Rock am Ring" edition – Click above for high-res image gallery

Sixth-gen Suzuki Swift spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery