Suzuki has unveiled the all-new 4th Gen Swift at the Tokyo Motor Show 2023. While Suzuki continues to call it a concept, the hatchback appears to be production-ready, and should launch in India in the first half of 2024.
Maruti Suzuki Swift Concept: Everything you need to know!
Suzuki recently unveiled the Swift concept through images, and it’s now making its public debut at the Tokyo Motor Show. While the Swift’s distinct styling remains apparent, a closer inspection reveals numerous fresh design elements. The front end features a flatter profile with sharper headlamps positioned at each corner. The LED daytime running lights and projector setup, seen in the concept, appear production-ready. The grille has undergone a restyling, now larger and rounded at the edges with a glossy black and dark chrome finish. The Suzuki logo now sits just below the hood above the grille. The front bumper exhibits new cuts and creases, giving the car a sportier look.
It’s worth noting that the model on display here is equipped with ADAS, however, it remains to be seen if Maruti will offer in India. At the moment, none of the models of Maruti are equipped with ADAS, except there are rumors circulating that Maruti is planning to launch the Grand Vitara ADAS variant soon.
One notable design change is the strong character line that runs along the side of the new Swift, seamlessly connecting with the headlamps. Although the roofline and the overall glasshouse shape resemble the outgoing model, the doors, especially the rear one, now have conventional handles rather than ones on the pillar.
At the rear, there are updated styling cues with more angular elements, including changes to the bumper and the tailgate. The badge on the back reads “Hybrid,” and it’s possible that the new Swift in India could come with Hybrid powertrain, given a year ago there were reports stating Maruti plans to bring hybrid powertrain in affordable models for improved fuel efficiency. . Moving to the inside, the car very similar to Maruti’s other models like Fronx, Baleno, Brezza, etc, and it includes the free-standing infotainment system, steering wheel design, and the HVAC buttons.
More details about the new Swift should be made available soon.