Maruti Suzuki Swift is one of the most popular hatchbacks in our country. It is one of those hatchbacks which is quite popular in the modifying circle as well. We have seen several examples of tastefully modified Swifts in the past. We currently have the third generation Swift hatchback on sale in India and here we have a video that shows current gen Swift getting a wrap job. The video shows the whole process and shows the final product as well.
The video has been uploaded by Rahul Singh on his youtube channel. The Swift shown in the video belongs to the vlogger himself. The video starts by showing the wrap that he’ll be getting on the car. He has gone for three layer gloss yellow wrap from Avery Dennison. They start by covering the bonnet. The original colour of the car is white and that has been completely covered up with this wrap. The vlogger has gone for a gloss black wrap for the roof which gives it a dual tone finish.
The video shows how carefully the whole process is done. The side panels, boot lid, front and rear bumper are all wrapped with this gloss yellow wrap. The front and door handles are removed and are painted to match the colour of the wrap. Similarly, the ORVMs, A, B and C pillar get a car bon fibre finsih. The Suzuki logo on the boot has been blacked out and it gives the whole car a sporty look. This Swift gets a huge wing spoiler which is also given a black treatment. The car was already fitted with sporty looking alloy wheels and an aftermarket exhaust.
The finished product looks similar to the Suzuki Swift Sport that is sold internationally. Overall look of the car is quite appealing and the work has been neatly done on the car. Swift was earlier available with a petrol and diesel engine options but with the new emission norms in place, Maruti has dumped all their diesel engines and are now concentrating on petrol and CNG fuel cars. The Swift will soon be getting power boost with a Smart Hybrid System that is already on offer with the Baleno. The 1.2 liter petrol mild hybrid engine will make 90 PS-120 Nm, making the Swift even more sportier to drive. It’ll get more fuel efficient while tail pipe emissions will also be cut down.
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