We've been pining away for a new Suzuki Swift GTi since the mid-1990s, when the company discontinued its Porsche 944—beating microcar. The GTi was a best-kept secret among enthusiasts who, like us, were attempting to squeeze a meager existence out of a post-collegiate retail job. It's good to see the perennially up-and-coming Suzuki look back for inspiration. Now, if they'd bring it back to the states, we might just be able to eat something other than ramen noodles with ketchup, which we've been doing since the dot-com bust.
New Suzuki Swift GTi Spy Photos [Japanese Car Fans]
Suzuki Swift GTi Was a Rocket for Those with Shallow Pockets [internal]