A brand new generation of the Suzuki Alto has been recently spotted in Western Europe while it was being tested and the car in question was wearing some heavy camouflage on its body.
The Japanese based automaker Suzuki is currently working on a new generation of the Alto, but while trying to keep the model a secret for the moment, the company only managed to attract a lot of attention into the camouflaged model. My advice is to pull the wraps off the new Alto’s body because I’m sure no one will be able to spot the difference and even if the Alto Fan Club (if they exist) will be so excited on the new car, than the rumor will only circulate between its 3 members.
The Suzuki Alto is made by Maruti in India which is telling a lot about this model, but rather than be sarcastic on Suzuki’s latest creation, we should probably tell you that the vehicle in question will be more spacious than the outgoing model and it should get an updated styling and more equipment. The 1-liter K-series engine is said to deliver as low as 80 g/km of CO2. We don’t know when the new Suzuki Alto will be unveiled and honestly we don’t care either, but the sad part is that it might be presented in Frankfurt next month.