Next-generation Maruti Swift launches in early 2018

Next-generation Maruti Swift launches in early 2018

Maruti Suzuki Swift is the demanding and highest selling hatchback among the existing hatchbacks in the country. The model has been gaining good response from the younger generation with the good looking design layout, advanced equipment and mechanical specifications. With the acceptance from the customers, Maruti Suzuki has planned to launch the next-generation Swift in the early months of the next year.

Related: Maruti Ignis mini crossover sales crossed 10,000 units

The next generation Swift has revealed at the ongoing motor show in Geneva and it was internally coded as YSD and built on the new platform, HEARTECT. The third generation swift will get the different architecture compared to Ignis and Baleno.

With the lighter and rigid Heartect architecture and the new generation platform, the new Swift will have the sportier design. The lightweight platform will enhance the car handling and performance riding, whereas the rigid platform will make the swift safer.

Related: Maruti Suzuki launched Baleno RS at Rs 8.69 lakh

Swift is the iconic brand for the biggest carmaker so that the company is planning to bring a new avatar to hit the market. Being an upcoming hatchback, the Swift is available with the sleeker headlamp and premium interior with the contemporary instrument cluster and infotainment system.

The new Swift will get the upcoming fuel-efficiency and crash regulations. In fact, the company’s five models have already certified with the advanced safety and regulations on side impact, offset and safety.

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