This Maruti Swift Goes All Blingy With Gold Alloy Rims

Modified Maruti Swift Gold Alloys

While it gets a sportier kit and an all-black grille, what makes it stand apart is the blingy gold alloy rims.

We have come across many custom Swifts so far and here’s another one that has caught our eye. Images of this modified Swift surfaced recently on the inter-web and are grabbing attention for all right reasons. While it gets a sportier kit and an all-black grille, what makes it stand apart is the blingy gold alloy rims, have a look.

The images of the ‘Gold’ Swift (not the original name) have been posted on a social media page by Modz and Exotics. Sporting extended bumper, it also gets other bits that give it a sportier look. Photo Gallery – Custom Maruti Swift ‘The Punisher’

Modified Maruti Swift Gold Alloys side profile

It additionally gets extended side skirts and rear bumper along with an all-new black honeycomb mesh grille and gloss black elements. While the rear sports LED infused taillamps and a roof spoiler atop.

What makes it special are the 16-inch multi-spoke gold alloy rims. These come wrapped to low-profile tires that matches up well with the white colour scheme. The changes on this custom Swift are subtle and classy. Photo Gallery – This Modified Maruti Suzuki Baleno Hatchback Will Surely Turn Heads

Modified Maruti Swift Gold Alloys front

With the addition of golden rims, it is one of the coolest looking modifies Swifts that we have seen in the recent past. Readying to pass into the next generation, Maruti’s flagship model made it to the second spot on the 10 best selling cars in India in May 2017 with 16, 532 units opposed to the 12,355 units last year in the same time under review. Read – Euro NCAP: New Suzuki Swift Achieves 3 Star Safety Rating

Modified Maruti Swift Gold Alloys rear]

As it preps to enter third generation, the car will not only receive radical changes to the exterior and interior, but it will be better kitted, sporting new in-cabin tech and goodies.

Mechanically, it will be identical to the existing model, deriving power from the same set of 1.2-litre K-Series petrol and 1.3-litre DDiS oil burner with a standard five-speed manual and a new CVT.

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