The new chassis has provided the hatchback with a stronger and more rigid structure.
The new design features bug-like headlamps with projector lens, LED DRLs on top trims, and LED taillights. Further, the car also gets diamond cut alloy wheels to complete the look.
From inside, the car gets more spacious, upmarket
Inside, the new generation Maruti Suzuki Swift gets a more upmarket cabin.
It features a premium-looking dual-pod instrument cluster, a sporty flat-bottom steering wheel, and the familiar SmartPlay infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support.
The car now also has more legroom in the rear seat and a decently increased boot capacity.
Swift is among the top five selling cars in India
First launched in 2005, Swift has reportedly sold 18 lakh units till date. According to reports, it is one of the top five selling cars in the country and leads the hatchback segment with a whopping 35% market share.