My Suzuki Swift Sport has been called in for a software update, what is this?

My 23 plate Swift Sport has been called in for as I understand a software update, what's this all about?

Secondly reading about new cars, there is no mention of an upgrade of a Swift Sport 2023 / 2024 are you aware if this is this on the cards?

Asked on 8 August 2023 by Stephen Taylor

Answered by David Ross
There is no safety recall currently outstanding for the Suzuki Swift Sport, which would suggest that this is not a safety-critical issue. Your dealer should have communicated to you the reason for this service action, but if they have not done so you should ask them to clarify if you have any concerns.

A new generation Suzuki Swift is expected to arrive in showrooms at some point in 2024, but Suzuki has not given any official confirmation as yet.
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