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All new swift to launch in India on 9th May, with 40 kmpl hybrid engine?

Maruti Suzuki, renowned for its automotive innovation, is gearing up to unveil the highly anticipated 2024 Maruti Swift hatchback in India, closely followed by the DZire facelift. Both models have been immensely successful in their current iterations, consistently leading their segments and challenging competitors with their outstanding performance and design.

2024 Maruti Swift India Launch

The fourth-generation Maruti Swift, which debuted in Japan last year, is set to make its Indian premiere in May 2024. The upcoming model boasts comprehensive updates inside and out, promising advancements in technology and safety features to elevate its appeal and performance.

Externally, the new Swift flaunts a refreshed design, featuring a sleek front grille with a chrome strip and integrated radar module, alongside updated LED headlamps and tail lamps. Notable enhancements include sporty alloy wheels and an overhauled interior layout, inspired by Maruti Suzuki’s acclaimed Baleno and Fronx models.

Inside the cabin, drivers can anticipate a state-of-the-art 9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless connectivity for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The comfort and convenience are further elevated with ventilated seating, premium upholstery, and various charging ports for versatile connectivity.

Safety features are also enhanced with the inclusion of six airbags, electronic stability programs, and potentially advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Under the hood, the new Swift is powered by a cutting-edge 1.2-liter Z Series petrol engine, delivering 83 horsepower and 108 Nm of torque, available with both manual and automatic gearbox options, including a CNG variant.

Suzuki Swift 4th Gen Interior

Following the launch of the Swift, attention will turn to the new generation Maruti Suzuki DZire, expected to inherit several upgrades from its hatchback counterpart. With redesigned LED headlamps, a refreshed front grille, and sleek 16-inch alloy wheels, the DZire promises an eye-catching exterior. Inside, the cabin receives a modern touch with a floating infotainment system and slim AC vents, complemented by enhanced connectivity features including wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Notably, the top-spec variant will offer a single-pane sunroof, adding a touch of luxury to the driving experience. Sharing its powertrain with the Swift, the DZire is equipped with the same 1.2-liter Z Series petrol engine, promising improved fuel efficiency and dynamic performance. With these updates, the DZire aims to uphold its legacy of excellence in the compact sedan segment, competing against formidable rivals such as the Hyundai Aura, Tata Tigor, and Honda Amaze.