Check out the hottest-looking modified Maruti Swift that we have come across in recent times. The customized model looks extremely dazzling with a full-body bright yellow wrap
Maruti Swift is one of the most popular cars of all time in India. Since the Swift was first introduced to the Indian market in 2005, the small hatchback has continuously expanded its band of fan-followers thanks to its affordability, high fuel efficiency and excellent performance and handling characteristics. With this popularity, the Maruti Swift also attracts a whole bunch of car modifiers who’d love to modify the car to a worse or better avatar. IndianAuto has shared with you a number of examples of modified Maruti Swift but this one is certainly worth your glance. Here, we have a modified Maruti Swift that looks killer with a full-body yellow wrap.
Spinning along the streets with this brightly yellow-coloured Swift car is exciting, isn’t it? We are sure that you’ll be at the centre of attention when staying behind the wheels of this vehicle – a beautifully-looking modified Swift that looks like a real killer in the shade of loud yellow along with some major cosmetic tweaks. This video uploaded on a Youtube Channel named “Rahul Singh” shows a tastefully-modified Maruti Suzuki Swift that is performed by Wrapaholix – a Delhi-based car modification garage.
While in the stock version, the solid fire red or prime lucent orange colour options of the Swift are already a stunner, the bright yellow colour seems to spruce things up around this modified car to a greater level. The modified Swift gets a three-layer Avery Dennison body wrap that looks extremely dazzling and makes perfect visual effect with the blacked-out parts. The entire wrapping process of the modified hatchback has been shown on the video, starting from the head to the tails, along with some brief info about what and why it’s used.
Apart from the new body colour, not much has been done on the modified Swift, save for some tweaks on the roofs and the wheels. However, just some minor things can make a great difference. The Swift gets a blacked-out roof while the body-coloured portion runs alternately with the blacked-out pillars. The modifier must have played a colour card here.
Higher attention has been put on the doors while performing the wrap. The customizer has removed the door handles by removing the door panels and insulation from the inside before wrapping the side section. The modified Swift also gets an aftermarket roof-mounted spoiler painted in black.
The “Suzuki” badge is re-painted in black as well that rolls out a good contrasting effect with the yellow colour of the rest. There’s also a set of newly-built 10-spoke alloy wheels with gloss black finish, aftermarket LED daytime running lamps along with a custom exhaust tip.
As for the regular Maruti Swift, the current iteration of the Swift is powered by a 1.2-litre NA 4-cylinder petrol engine that can generate 83 PS of max power and 113 Nm of peak torque. Maruti Suzuki is gearing up for a facelift version of the Swift which will borrow the same “DualJet” engine as the Maruti Dzire 2020.