The brilliant Maruti Swift now looks like a super sports car with a bunch of customisations such as Accuair suspension, scissor doors, aftermarket lights and so on.
In the world where car modification is standing dear to our hearts, the Maruti Suzuki Swift is among the most popular and favourite ones. We have seen so many custom Swifts hitting the headlines from time to time but this version from Kerala actually looks ultra-hot in its new avatar.
India's most BAD-ASS Suzuki Swift with Air Suspension. Tokyo Tuners.
The special custom Swift shows up in very impressive silhouette concerning the front, side and rear skirts. Now that the aftermarket projector headlamps integrated with LED daytime running lights are mounted up front, the front bumper comes to offer a brand new look. The stock wheels now make room for a set of 18-inch 6-spoke wheel arches with lower profile tyres which contribute largely to the sharper side angle. On the rear-end, the freshened bumper accommodates a set of redesigned LED tail lamps, new diffuser and a big spoiler, by all ways to display a rugged good rear angular look. The custom hatchback has been draped in a glaring shade of red, taking it to a new parting of the ways compared to the stock version.
This aggressive red colour scheme is also adopted inside the plush cabin and the original three-spoke steering wheel has been taken over by a sportier wood-finished unit. The contrasting red-black colour combination presents in the car’s upholstery and also the original music system has been converted into the premium JBL audio system.
This should be the most badass customised Swift in India.
Also fresh is the fact that the regular doors are suspended to make way for the scissor-type doors, which are definitely the considerable kudos in the modified automobile market. The new Accuair air suspension arrives instead of using the market unit, whereas the twin exhaust pipes sit properly on the rear and the ride height is also lowered to a certain extent. Some powertrain upgrades may have been done under the car's bonnet for the performance to be reinforced.
In the stock Maruti Swift, Maruti equips the hatchback with both petrol and diesel options. The 1.2-litre K-series gasoline engine comes to produce 83 PS of peak power and 113 Nm of peak torque while the 1.3-litre oil burner puts out 75 PS and 190 Nm torque. Transmission choices include a standard 5-speed manual version and an optional AMT unit. The total expense of modification is yet to reveal, but we can expect the number to go far beyond a five-digit.