This Maruti Swift converted to a Suzuki Swift Sport looks beautiful [Video]

The Maruti Suzuki Swift is one of the best selling hatchbacks in the country. It has been around for a while and is still very popular among buyers for its looks, reliability, sporty driving dynamics and affordable pricing. The Swift is one of those vehicles which is also famous among people who love modifying cars and we have seen many such extremely good looking modified Swifts across the country. There are multiple modification options available for Swift in the market and one of the popular type is converting a regular Swift to a Swift Sport type. Here we have one such Swift that has been beautifully converted to a Swift Sport.

The video has been uploaded by JJ Automobile Vlogs on their youtube channel. The video shows a number of modifications made to the car and also reveals approximate cost of modification. This a VXi variant and the modification totally change the look of the car. Starting with the front, the stock bumper has been replaced with a Suzuki Swift Sport kit. This gives it a more aggressive and sporty look at the front. The grille has black honey comb design and all there are no chrome elements on it.

The front bumper also gets a front splitter as part of the kit. On the side profile, the car gets wide sporty looking aftermarket alloy wheels and there is a body coloured side skirt as well. At the rear, the Swift Sport bumper gives with faux twin exhaust tips and black cladding adds a bit more character to it. The headlight and tail lights are also replaced with aftermarket units. The headlight is a projector HID unit with LED DRLs and blacked out elements inside.

At the rear, it gets a Mercedes Benz-style matrix LED tail light unit. Both the headlights and tail lights give it a more aggressive, sporty look. It also has a huge spoiler fixed at the rear. On the inside, most of the elements remains same except for the infotainment screen. It gets an aftermarket Tesla like touchscreen and has better audio system for better experience. The overall cost of modification according to the video without alloy wheels is approximately Rs 90,000 and the work done on Swift looks pretty neat. All in all, money well spent.