While the fourth-generation Maruti Suzuki Swift is still some time away, the anticipation for it has already started. Since the first set of pictures of test mules of the all-new Swift have spied under trial on European roads, people have started to imagine how this new model will turn into. Here’s the latest digital rendering of how the all-new Swift will look like, once it gets unveiled possibly next year.
A Japanese website called ‘Response.JP’ has come up with a digital rendering of the all-new fourth-generation Suzuki Swift based on the highlights evident from the camouflaged test mules spied on test in Europe a few days ago. According to this digital rendering, the new Swift has a hunkered-down stance, which makes it look sporty and low-slung.
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In this digital rendering, the new Suzuki Swift gets a new front fascia, which looks sharper and more angular than the front profile of the current version. In this fascia, the grille of the Swift looks sharp and angular, with side edges having a stretched layout making the front face look wide. The curvaceous all-LED headlamps of the current version look sharp too, thanks to the housings having edges all around. The fog lamp housings have gone to make way for slim-looking housings for sleek daytime running LED strips.
The angular design for the pillars, which has always remained a design trait for the Suzuki Swift, is there in this digital rendering too. However, the C-pillar here looks wider than the current version. Also, the rear door handles, which are currently integrated into the C-pillar have moved on the door panels, which were visible in the test mules spied.
All the pillars and roof are painted here in black, while the digital rendering shows the Swift with a new machined design for the alloy wheels. The rendering doesn’t show the rear profile of the car though.
Indian market will get hybrid Swift
India will be one of the first markets for the all-new fourth-generation Suzuki Swift since it continues to be a consistent name in the top ten selling cars in India every month. While the new Maruti Suzuki Swift will have an all-new design inside-out, the carmaker will retain the current 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated 90 PS petrol engine with both 5-speed manual and AMT gearbox options. However, there are also rumours that Maruti Suzuki might offer the new Swift with an all-new strong hybrid powertrain option with an expected fuel efficiency of around 35 km/l.
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