The next-generation Maruti Suzuki Swift has been spotted undergoing testing again. Also revealed here is the next-generation Swift’s interior, the entire dashboard layout has been redone.
Inside, there’s a full-black interior with exterior body-colored horizontal insert. Other changes include an conventionally styled circular central AC vents, a flat-bottomed steering wheel and a familiar gear knob. It gets a new head unit for the music system, which looks similar to what is offered on the lower variants (Delta and Zeta) of the Maruti Baleno.
A modern instrument console looks funky with a completely new design. The analogue speedometer and tachometer are housed in pop-out oval pods. There’s a large-ish MID between the dials is inspired by the Maruti Suzuki Baleno. In the spy pictures, a battery percentage sign indicates that the model being tested might have the company’s SHVS mild-hybrid technology on-board.
Based on an all-new, lightweight platform sourced from the Baleno, the next-generation Swift will reportedly provide better crash protection, with construction comprising of 41 percent of tensile steel, making it significantly lighter than the outgoing model. It is likely to make its world debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show on September 29, 2016.
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GALLERY: Next-gen Maruti Suzuki Swift (SpyShots)