Maruti Swift has just received a mid-life update which freshens up the looks of the best-selling hatchback. Take a look at this dual-tone wrapped Swift which is sure to catch your attention.
The Maruti Suzuki Swift has been one of the best-selling cars in India for quite a while now. The Swift offers a great combination of attractive pricing, frugal engine, and loaded trim levels. The third-generation Swift, which was launched in 2016, recently received a mid-life update. The new model comes with a few visual changes to freshen up the exterior, a new powertrain that is more fuel-efficient and added more features to the interior. Today came across this Swift render with an interesting wrap job.
The renders have been uploaded by layerswrap on Instagram in which we can see this Maruti Swift in a new colour scheme. It is a full-body dual-tone wrap job. The front of the Swift gets yellow-tinted headlights and a sky blue colour scheme, which starts to fade and merge into a yellow scheme near the B-Pillar. The rear and roof of the Swift are mostly yellow. There are geometric design stripes that stretch from the front door to the rear windshield. Other changes to this Swift include a lowered ride height, a front splitter, side skirts, new multi-spoke alloy wheels finished in black, roof-mounted spoiler and a completely revised rear-end where the bumper has binned for what looks to be a diffuser. Overall, this render gives the Swift an eye-catching appearance that will turn heads wherever it goes. If you’re interested in purchasing this wrap, you can contact layerswrap on Instagram or at 9130557495.
The 2021 Maruti Swift gets a new engine, the 1.2-litre four-pot K-Series Dual-Jet engine which also does duty on the Baleno. It makes peak power and torque figures of 90 PS and 113 Nm, respectively. The engine also comes with an idle start-stop function and can be mated to a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT. The new powertrain gives the updated Swift a claimed mileage of 23.2 kmpl with the manual gearbox, while the AMT variant gets 23.76 kmpl. These are better numbers than the pre-facelift model, whose claimed fuel efficiency figure was 21.21 kmpl. This increase is mainly due to the addition of the idle start-stop function. Prices for the new Swift range from Rs 5.73 lakh for the base LXI trim, going up to Rs 8.27 lakh for ZXI+ AMT flagship trim. Do note all prices are ex-showroom.