Check Out the Best Modification Idea for Maruti Swift Owners

by Kshitij Rawat | 26/03/2020
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Here, we have a video of the rendering of a sporty Maruti Suzuki Swift hatchback. The entire process of creating the car digitally has been documented.

Maruti Swift is one of the most popular cars in India. Launched back in May 2005, the car has been renowned for being an affordable yet fun to drive vehicle. Of course, with such popularity, there are bound to be a few outlandish modifications someone makes to their car! Here, we have one such vehicle, but it has been created digitally rather than tangibly. So, basically, the below rendering can serve as a great modification idea for the owners of Maruti Swift.

2020 Suzuki Swift Modified - Rendering | SRK Designs

The video above is from Shoeb R Kalania, of IndianAutosblog fame, on his Youtube channel ‘SRK Designs’. It begins with a photograph of a stock Maruti Swift, posing against a white background. The customisation process begins with the paint of the car, changed from red to white. The roof is then blackened to give an extremely sporty look. A lot of other changes also take place; the front bumper is redesigned completely, the front grille is expanded, a lip spoiler is added. You also get new, larger alloy wheels, with a brushed gold finish. The wheel arches are also enlarged to better accommodate the wheels.

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Apart from that, you now get round LED DRLs where the foglamps used to be, and a new horizontal slat with ‘SUZUKI’ badging across it. The final touches are then added to the car, in the form of a blacked-out bonnet and black side-skirts. Lo and behold! We have ourselves a nice, sporty-looking Swift hatchback. The contrast of dark-coloured accessories looks quite eye-catchy against the white exterior of the car.

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Digitally customising a vehicle is not only a fun activity, but is almost limitless. With traditional mod jobs, where you have to first purchase a car, then look for appropriate parts, and then find a mechanic to fit them for you or fit them yourself. In contrast, all you need with a digital render is a good computer and a wild imagination.

modified Maruti Swift digital render

Modified Maruti Swift (digital render)

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As for the stock Maruti Swift, it is powered by a BSVI-compliant, 1.2-litre, naturally aspirated, inline-4 engine. It is capable of generating a maximum power output of 83 PS and a peak torque figure of 114 Nm. It comes mated to a 5-speed manual as standard, and a 5-speed AMT is available as an option on higher trims. The car is priced between Rs. 5.19 to 8.84 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi).

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