New Maruti Suzuki Swift revealed via leaked pictures

It's no secret that Suzuki has been working the new-generation Swift for quite a long time, and the leaked exterior-interior pictures of it have now hit the web.

By: | Updated: June 15, 2016 12:09 PM
The 2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift's side profile looks a lot better than that of the current-gen version thanks to its sloping roof line, darkened C-pillar, prominent character lines, hidden rear gate door handles, bulged wheel arches and all-new alloy wheels.

It's no secret that Suzuki has been working the new-generation Swift for quite a long time, and the leaked exterior & interior pictures of it have now hit the interweb thanks to Auto Express. The vehicle has been revealed at a dealer conference in Europe, says the report.

Though the new-generation Swift has received several design changes, the overall shape of the vehicle remains quite close to the original Swift. The vehicle's front fascia receives a new honeycomb grille, slightly revised headlamps, new fog lamps and larger air vents giving it a sharper appeal.

The 2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift's side profile looks a lot better than that of the current-gen version thanks to its sloping roof line, darkened C-pillar, prominent character lines, hidden rear gate door handles, bulged wheel arches and all-new alloy wheels. Coming to the rear profile, it gets all-new tail-lamps and bumpers.

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Though there is no official word yet on its specifications, we expect the new-generation Maruti Suzuki Swift to feature a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine that will make its India debut with the upcoming Baleno RS. This engine churns out an impressive 112bhp and 175Nm. The diesel engine could be the same that powers the current model.

Though there are no details about is unveiling too, expect this to be unveiled sometime in 2017.

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