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2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift (Next Gen) rendering in five colour options

 
2017 Suzuki Swift

New generation Maruti Suzuki Swift is expected to be launched in India next year.

Showcased as Suzuki World Car Concept back at the 2002 Paris Motor Show, the car which is popularly known as Swift around the globe is all-set to enter a new generation. Currently in its third generation, images of 2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift (fourth generation) leaked online last week. These images were reportedly clicked at a dealer conference in Europe recently.

These images revealed the interiors and exteriors of new generation Suzuki Swift in detail. Based on these leaked images, our rendering artist – Pratyush Rout has created the front quarter of new 2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift in hi-res images.

2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift Render

2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift Render

Expected to make global debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show later this year, new-gen Swift will be lighter, efficient and more powerful as compared to the existing Swift. The new 1.0 liter 3-cyl BoosterJet engine from Suzuki, which is rated at 110 PS and 170 Nm will also be offered with new Swift. Apart from this, existing 1.2 liter 4-cyl petrol motor and 1.3-liter diesel with SHVS tech could also be on offer.

2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift retains the basic shape but does come with dynamic updates. For eg, the front now gets a hexagonal honeycomb grille, LED DRLs with projector headlights, new alloys, rear door handles like that of Chevrolet Beat. Interiors get a new dashboard with colourful accents, adding to the car’s sporty character. It also gets flat bottom three-spoke steering wheel with new instrument panel with ambient lights, smartplay infotainment touchscreen system, etc.

Next gen Maruti Swift leaked

Next gen Maruti Swift leaked – Image AutoExpress

European launch of the Swift could take place post its debut in Paris, while in India, the new 2017 Swift can be expected by March 2017.

India is the largest consumer of Swift hatchback in the world, with 45% market share.

Speaking about price, new-gen Maruti Swift will be priced in the same range as current Swift, which is INR 5-8 lakh on road.

2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift – Renders

2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift – Leaked Images

Leaked Images via AutoExpress

 

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Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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  • Navneet Kumar

    C’mon!!!! Yes its better than the last one but you can still do better! Front looks fluidic while the mid (near b pillar) looks solid and tails again little fluidic. 3 Different cars in one! 2005 swift was the best! This front can be improved.

  • Parmeshwar Mandokar

    OLD swift is best…..

  • Dhiraj Patra

    This time Datsun Go copy. Maruti master on copy .

  • Selvakumar

    Hi sagar patel,

    I liked your 2017 maruti swift rendering of yours in 5 colours. It was great, atleast had a vision that swift 2017 is going to be stylish. Just a few points that you could represent to the designers of Maruti Swift 2017:

    I wish they include the following additions for the 2017 Swift Zdi or Zxi model: Telescopic steering, a bigger diameter powerful front fog lamp that is functional and not just a beauty addition as it is now, a good quality driver seat height adjuster like the recent ones launched in Innova crysta 2016, 2 side rear cameras integrated to the touch screen of the dash board – remember the rear corner on both sides of the swift is a blind spot for every driver and rain sensing wipers.

    I wish they include the following additions for the 2017 Swift Vdi model: For swift, if they could slightly recline the rear seat angle like dzire, put in a more softer rear seat headrest like Volkswagen vento, introduce rear wiper with defogger in the vdi model itself, slightly increase the diameter of the water bottle holder in the front and rear doors to accommodate the usual tupperware 1 litre water bottles, make airbags for both driver & co-passenger standard across all variants, introduce a bigger diameter fog lamps on the front and rear that is functional and not just a beauty addition at the cost of increasing the price slightly, it would become a runaway success. Indians do look at basic facilities first in the basic vdi model.

    From

    Selvakumar