Suzuki Swift Samurai Design Unveiled

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Although we're days away from the 2011 Geneva Auto Show, Suzuki decided to take the wraps off a limited edition Swift that will be exclusively addressed to the Italian market. The Japanese manufacturer hasn't mentioned if it plans to bring the car at the Swiss venue too, but we're guessing that the car won't travel to Switzerland for the next week as it will be on display on February 27 and 28 in dealerships across the country.

Just like its name suggests, the car comes with several customizations at the exterior, so you won't find any mechanical upgrades or power increases on this limited edition. However, you will get a unique model painted in Red Passion, with roof and custom mirrors wearing the Japanese imperial flag, as well as with tinted windows, black pillars and custom logos on the sides.

The car is based on the Style trim level of the 5-door Swift and comes at no extra charge in Italy, with the vehicle to be available until the end of March this year.

A different Swift, this time called S-Concept, will be on stage at the Geneva Auto Show and will introduce a "more sporty and exciting design theme" of the new Swift, as the Japanese manufacturer said in a statement. A total of eight models will be on display at Suzuki's Geneva booth, so we'll keep you posted.

autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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