2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift teaser released, sporty design will get strong engine


Maruti Swift is soon to be launched in a new avatar, after decades of speed on Indian roads. The new Swift has become sportier than ever before, as well as many great features have been updated in it. The company has released the teaser of this car on its official website, in which you can see the glimpse of its best design. The 2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift is expected to be launched soon. This sporty hatchback will be much better than the current model.

The engine of this car has been changed. The company has installed a 1.2-liter K12N petrol engine in this premium hatchback. This engine will be capable of generating maximum power of 90bhp and peak torque of 113 Newton meter. This engine will be equipped with idol start / stop technology. The new car will be equipped with auto gearshift technology. The new engine will save more fuel than before.

According to the information shared on the company's official website, the 2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift incorporates the best features such as Smart-Play Studio, Colored Multi Information Display, Cruise Control System, Flat Bottom Steering Wheel, Reverse Parking Camera to give customers the best Driving experience will be available. Apart from these features, many other high-tech features can also be included in the new car.

Not only the interior but also the exterior of this car, customers will see big changes. Talking about the front of the car, a chrome strip has been installed in the middle of the grille which gives the car a very sporty look. Along with this, redesigned alloy wheels have also been included in the car. Although the new Swift is not much different from the existing Swift in terms of design, the company has tried its best to give it a fresh and sporty look that customers might like. Currently, no information has been revealed about the price of this car but it is believed that the new Swift can be launched at an initial price of 5.50 lakhs.

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