Maruti Swift is not only a popular offering in our market but also in the international markets which is why it is a favourite product for digital artists to modify.
The next-gen Maruti Swift has been spotted in heavy camouflage abroad but has been revealed as digital renderings on the internet. Swift is a great budget-friendly hatchback in most countries. That is the reason why it is so popular among the masses. Its mad craze in India needs no introduction. It has featured among the top-selling cars in the country for years. Let us check out the details of this Swift of the virtual realm.
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Next-Gen Maruti Swift Revealed Digitally
This virtual rendering comes from Evren Özgün Spy Sketch on YouTube. The basis for this concept is the latest spy shots of the upcoming 2023 Swift. At the front, the headlights are sleek and modern, the grille has a unique pattern, the bumper is quite sporty, there are horizontal LED DRLs below the main headlamps, and the bonnet design retains the current curvy appearance. The side pillars are black but the rear door handles are at the conventional position.
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The side profile features black alloy wheels with red lips. This Swift features a dual-tone exterior with a black roof and black ORVMs with red body paint. This is something that even the stock model comes with. At the rear, the dual-tone theme is seen on the boot lid as well. There are LED taillamps but the design resembles that of the current-gen model. There are reflector lights on the bumper and a blacked-out area beneath the number plate. All in all, this version of Swift adds modern touches while keeping the overall silhouette and design philosophy the same.
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The new Maruti Swift will most likely continue with the existing 1.2-litre NA petrol engine with a mild hybrid setup that develops 88 hp and 113 Nm of peak power and torque. As far as the transmission goes, we could see the same 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT gearbox as on the current-gen model. Currently, the prices range between Rs 5.92 lakh and Rs 8.85 lakh, ex-showroom. The updated model will command a slight premium over these prices. How did you like this digital rendition?
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