The New Suzki Swift premiered at the Paris Motor Show this past September. This fourth Generation Swift will replace the Suzuki Ignis in the Junior World Rally Championships in late September of this year. Expect Suzuki to take advantage of the opportunity to also debut the new 2006 Swift GTi simultaneously. Horsepower is expected to get a slight bump over the previous Swift GTi from 100hp to 115hp coming from a 1.3L lump. The Swift will have all of the top-of-the-range bells and whistles in addition to a body kit, sporty alloys wheels, twin exhaust, 5 speed manual transmission and 3-door only. There are rumors that a cabriolet version will debut at Geneva 2006.