The major car market shareholder company Maruti Suzuki has released a new trailer for one of the best-selling hatchback cars the Maruti Suzuki Swift. The trailer doesn’t showcase much about the car but going by what we know, the car will be identical to the Japanese and European model, which were released quite some time ago, moreover, there won’t be many changes to the exterior and design as this is a mid-cycle facelift and the generation upgrade is just a year and a half later. Let’s look at what the company has to offer in the new 2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift.
2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift Exterior and Interior changes
Roughly speaking the designing will be quite similar to the on-going Swift with some minor tweaks like the new front grille will be coming with a honeycomb mesh and a lower slat, new slightly tweaked headlamps, a new front bumper, a new top-trim contrasting dual-tone black roof and new diamond cut alloy wheels. Except for that everything somewhat remains the same as its ongoing counterpart.
As for the interior the new 2021 Swift almost everything will tend to remain the same including the 7- inch SmartPlay studio infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connecting feature, semi-digital instrument cluster with 4.2-inch MID, push-button start/stop, ESC and many others. Although, the car will also get a new silver accent which will give the new swift a more premium look.
Engine options for the new 2021 Swift
The new 2021 Swift will be getting a more powerful 1.2-litre naturally aspirated K12N-Dual-jet petrol engine similar to its cousins Maruti Suzuki Baleno and the new Dzire facelift. This engine will be capable of generating more power (89hp) than its ongoing counterpart and will also produce a peak torque of 113Nm, coupled with either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed automatic transmission gearbox. However, this powerful engine with add up some extra cost to the new Swift and will surely be priced higher than the current version. And talking about the rivals, the new Swift will compete against the like of Ford Figo and Hyundai i10 Nios in its segment, however with the entry of new compact SUVs like Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger this competition will likely to get fiercer.