Maruti Swift is a hatchback with a cult fan following and a great modification potential. Here, we have a customized Maruti Swift extremely gorgeous looks.
The Maruti Swift in the pictures below is a current-gen model which is equipped with Swift Sport body kit. The front bumper is minimal and the front grille is split in two by a thick black strip passing horizontally through the middle. The headlamps’ design is carried over from the regular model but has been blackened to become harmonious with its general design. The LED DRLs are still there. Thanks to the Swift Sport body package, the front of the vehicle looks butch.
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As for the side profile, the most noteworthy feature is the multi-spoke golden alloy wheels. The suspension of this modified Swift has been altered to be lower than the stock version. Moreover, there is a luggage rack which is positioned on the top of the car with a carrier, but not the usual one you see on a commercial vehicle. This luggage rack is a premium looking accessory.
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Coming to the rear, the bumper features the same Suzuki Swift Sport type barrel exhaust pipes. The stock tail lamps have given way to the clear glass full LED ones. The A, B, and C Pillars have been blacked out, along with the roof. As Maruti Swift is not going to Indian shores, this is the next best way for the fan of this hatchback to get their dream car.
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Coming to the India-spec Maruti Swift, the hatchback receives is powered by two engine options, a gasoline motor and an oil burner. While the former is a 1.2-litre petrol motor which can generate 83 PS against 113 Nm, the 1.3-litre Multijet oil burner can deliver 75 PS against 190 Nm. The transmission duties on both of the versions are undertaken by a 5-speed MT or a 5-speed AMT unit. Given the fact that the BS-VI emission standards will take effect soon, Maruti Suzuki is expected to discontinue the 1.3-litre oil burner and introduce the new 1.5-litre BSVI-compliant diesel motor later.