While we have seen many examples of modified Maruti Swift cars, here's a rather unique customization job that can hold your attention for long
Maruti Swift is one of the top-selling cars offered by the carmaker in the India market. It rubs shoulders with the likes of Hyundai Grand i10 Nios. Maruti Swift is one of those budgeted hatchbacks, which looks stunner after getting modified. Earlier, we’ve covered a lot of modified Marti Swift on our website. Here’s one such customized Swift, which looks more eye-catching after getting a few subtle modifications.
The picture of this modified Maruti Swift has been uploaded on an Instagram page named as Stay Tuned India. The hatchback is registered in Kerala, and it derives power from a 1.3-litre diesel engine. The car is painted in blacked-out colour shade, and one can say that this is one of the darkest Maruti Swifts in India. Taking about the modifications, it gets sports suspension from Spax performance and 17-inch blacked-out alloy wheels, which are wrapped in 205/45/17 section Nankang brand tyre. The blacked-out alloy wheels are gelling up quite well with the overall colour scheme of the hatchback. One can also see that the windows of the car are also tinted in black. At the back, it gets aftermarket LED taillights, bumper, dual exhaust pipes and a long antenna. The rear fascia of the car enhances the overall sporty look the hatchback.
The ongoing model of the car is powered by a 1.2-litre, 4-pot gasoline engine that produces 82bhp of peak power and 113 Nm of torque. Transmission duties are done by a 5-speed MT or an AMT. Soon, the carmaker will launch the new hybrid model of the car in our market. It was showcased early this year at the 2020 Auto Expo. This system will come mated to a 1.2-litre dual-jet petrol motor, which does duties in the 2020 Maruti Swift. It is rated to offer a mileage of 32 kmpl, which will make this car, the most fuel-efficient hatchback in its segment. Moreover, this system is claimed to reduce the emission level without the requirement of installing any extra eco-system or infrastructure.