(Maruti) Suzuki Swift facelift revealed accidentally

Posted on: Jun 17, 2013 - 9:15pm IST

The current version of the Maruti Swift came into existence in 2010 and that means its facelift time!

2014 Suzuki Swift accidentally revealed golden color
LED daytime running lights in the fog lamp enclosures and the turn indicators directly integrated into the ORVMs are the only external changes.
2011 Maruti-Suzuki Swift
Current Swift added for comparative purpose.

What you see here are unintentionally revealed images of the Suzuki Swift facelift. Suzuki Belgium’s website had for some reason floated the images of the facelifted car on air for a brief moment. That’s long enough for curious net surfing souls to get hold of it!

2014 Suzuki Swift accidentally revealed

As you can see from the images, Suzuki hasn’t fiddled with the car’s appearance. The refresh deals only with adding few minor details to the car. Suzuki thinks why mend something that ain’t already broken and we think that’s a sensible thought process.

2014 Suzuki Swift accidentally revealed blue color

2011 Maruti Suzuki Swift
This is the rear of the current Swift, which sees no changes in the facelift.

The original design or shape of the hatchback struck a chord with the global audience and that’s one reason why the current generation model resorted to an evolutionary approach. And that’s also the reason why the facelift doesn’t try to change things dramatically.

top of the 2014 Suzuki Swift revealed accidentally

The immediately noticeable change is the inclusion of ‘L’ shaped daytime running LED lights in the foglight enclosures. The turn indicators in the front fenders have been moved to the ORVMs. The new golden brown color option looks cool! The side and rear remains completely intact and even the interiors are expected to remain largely similar.

2014 Suzuki Swift accidentally revealed white

The hatchback would continue as it is even under the skin. The global models will be powered by the same 1.2 litre K-Series motor which produces 94 bhp and the 1.3 litre DDIS oil burner which makes 74 bhp. Back in India, the petrol motor develops 86bhp. The 5-speed manual transmission is the same too.

rear left three quarter of the 2014 Suzuki Swift accidentally revealed
The new golden brown color option looks cool!

The 2014 Suzuki Swift is likely to make its official world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September with sales commencing in late 2013.

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5 thoughts on “(Maruti) Suzuki Swift facelift revealed accidentally

  1. Gaurav Chauhan says:

    Say anything what Maruti offers in India is always cost cutting in its all cars.

    Reply
  2. deepak says:

    like it, but back of car remain same. It also required some changes on the back.

    Reply
  3. Deepak Chablani says:

    Increase the cabin space and boot. Add some unique elements rather than just a copy of the i20 day time running LED’s.

    Reply
  4. sandy says:

    New bumper with mild i20fication and I think this time it’ll sport dual tone interior like the Dzire along with advance infotainment system.

    Reply
  5. abuna ventana says:

    those leds look better than in i20s..
    in i20 it looks out of place

    Reply

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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!