India’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki has showcased a wide range of cars including the new Futuro-e Coupe SUV concept, new Vitara Brezza facelift, Ignis facelift and the new Suzuki Jimny mini off-roader at the Auto Expo 2020. Adding to it, the company also unveiled the BS6 versions of its existing range along with the Swift Hybrid and the S-Cross petrol. Maruti Suzuki has also showcased an accessorised version of the Maruti Swift hatchback, which is fitted with BS6 compliant engine.
The kitted Swift is painted in red with contrasting black roof. There is black plastic cladding running all around the body, while the rear gets faux skid plates in gray. The dual-tone bumper in red and black further adds sporty character to it.
The accessorised Maruti Swift gets blacked out pillars and roof mounted spoiler with brake lights. The front design looks largely similar to the existing model, but it gets new aggressive lower bumper in dual-tone red and black and blacked out front grille with glossy black strip around it and black enclosures for the fog lamp.
The cabin looks way sportier than the outgoing model. It gets the same dual-tone black-red treatment inside the cabin as well. The dashboard is finished in black with contrasting red colour surrounding the air-con vents and red accents on the buttons, new seat upholstery with contrasting red stitching and floor mats in red and black.
The Maruti Suzuki Swift is available with 2 BSVI compliant petrol engines – 82bhp. 1.2-litre K-Series petrol and a 90bhp, 1.2-litre DualJet unit. Both manual and AMT versions are offered with the Swift hatchback.