Maruti Suzuki is gearing up to launch a new model of the popular Swift at Auto Expo 2018. According to reports, the much-awaited Maruti Swift will be most likely priced at Rs. 5.83 lakh, which is Rs. 60000 more than the currently available model. The price of the advanced model might shoot up to Rs. 8 lakh. The company has started booking for the new model and can be made by paying Rs. 11000.
The new Maruti vehicle is designed with the help of an innovative fifth generation Heartect platform. The main purpose of the Maruti Swift is to improve the power to weight ratio and accelerate the performance of a large extent. You will be able to experience awesome driving pleasure with the new car. The company revealed that they have used advanced materials to resist any adverse conditions.
The big advantage of the Maruti Swift is that the vehicle is not only wider but also compact with a long wheelbase. In addition to extra cabin space, the vehicle provides enough headroom coupled with spacious luggage space. To boost Make in India initiative, Maruti will manufacture the Swift at its plant in Gujarat.
In addition to Swift, Maruti will also showcase a super compact Concept FutureS featuring SUV functionalities at affordable price. The Auto analysts are of the opinion that the Concept FutureS will set new dimensions by integrating trending technologies to appeal professionals. The thurst is given to the safety aspects because of the nature of Indian roads.
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