The highly anticipated Maruti Suzuki Swift is slated
to launch at the 2018 Auto Expo. India's largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki
debuted the popular hatchback today and announced the commencement of bookings
for Rs. 11,000.
The Swift has been one of the bestselling car models
in India for more than ten years and in its new generation iteration the Swift
features a brand new style and design. Built on the 5th generation HEARTECT
platform, the new Swift gets more structural strength and rigidity along with
an improved power to weight ratio. Alongside a longer wheel base, the new Swift
gets more cabin space, headroom, luggage space and a wider stance.
R.S. Kalsi, Senior Executive Director (Marketing and
Sales) at Maruti Suzuki India, said, “The all-new Swift with its distinctive design,
advanced technology, uplifting performance and enduring driver experience will
bring disruption in the premium hatchback segment.”
claims the new Swift to offer a more aerodynamic design, superior ride,
handling and drivability. Maruti will be offering the same powertrains on the
Swift but are said to have tuned the engines to provide superior performance
along with better fuel economy. The new Swift will also be offered with AGS
which has been tuned for the Characteristics of the hatch. Other features
include a flat bottom steering wheel, urbane satin chrome finish, bolstered
seats, Smart Play infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto,
voice recognition and reverse parking camera.
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