Well, it seems Suzuki has just answered your wish: this is the 2019 Suzuki Ertiga Suzuki Sport, or is it Suzuki Ertiga Sport?
Whichever the case may be, this Ertiga is an accessorized version of the basic Suzuki Ertiga multi-purpose vehicle using Suzuki Sport branded parts. For the unfamiliar, Suzuki Sport is the company's sub brand for original body kits and accessories.
Compared to the standard Ertiga models, the Ertiga Suzuki Sport comes with a lower front spoiler, a different front grill design, and different daylight running lights located around the foglamps. The wheels are polished two-tone alloys, there is a pair of side skirts, a rear spoiler and a somewhat aerodynamic-looking rear lower spoiler; or is it a rear skid plate? Also, there's a Suzuki Sport badge on the tailgate.
Inside, the biggest change for this small seven seater multi-purpose vehicle is the color: instead of the light cream colored interior that we've come to know with the 2019 Ertiga, the Suzuki Sport variant gets a predominantly black interior. Surprisingly, Suzuki appears to have retained the brown wood accents instead of opting for sportier trim pieces like faux carbon fiber.
As expected, despite having the Suzuki Sport badging, the company didn't do anything with the performance of the vehicle. The Ertiga Suzuki Sport is powered by the same 105 PS 1.5-liter K15B engine with a 4-speed automatic driving the front wheels. The features are the same as the models we get in the Philippines; the only apparent upgrade in terms of features is the airconditioning system: it's now a digital climate control system.
The Ertiga Suzuki Sport was revealed in Indonesia; that makes sense as the Ertiga we get is made in Indonesia. If that's the case, hopefully the Philippine market will get the Suzuki Sport version as well to give customers more choices in the competitive small MPV class.