2017 Maruti Swift Dzire gets a subtly different interior from the new Maruti Swift

Posted on: Apr 4, 2017 - 12:28pm IST

The interior was revealed via spy shots this week.

As seen in the spy shots from GaadiWaadi, the 2017 Maruti Swift Dzire will get unique interior touches over the basic design sourced from the Maruti Swift hatchback. For a better idea of the changes between the two, have a look at the image below.

017 Maruti Dzire vs Maruti Swift interior design

In the Swift Dzire, the interior combination will be dual-tone beige and black with beige fabric upholstery, silver and wood trim on the dashboard, steering wheel and door cards, while the Maruti Swift hatchback is likely to have an all-black interior.

The central air vents will be angular in the Swift Dzire, unlike the circular units in the Swift hatchback. The spec difference between the international-spec Swift and locally-manufactured Swift model has increased, evidenced by the basic instrument binnacle design, the automatic climate control console, the lack of a colour MID between the instrument dials, no ESP, cruise control or radar braking support, and a steering wheel with fewer buttons. The cost-down interior is not without reason as technologies on the European model are either too expensive, unnecessary or unfit for Indian conditions.

Exterior of the 2017 Maruti Swift Dzire (3rd gen) front leaked
The 2017 Maruti Dzire has a wide grille with bold chrome surround, 3-part intake bumper with foglamps and chrome accents and new LED-infused headlights.

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As for the exterior styling, the new Swift Dzire gets desi touches with a wide grille with bold chrome surround, 3-part intake bumper with foglamps and chrome accents, new swept-back projector headlamps with LED DRLs, LED taillamps, moulded boot spoiler, shark fin antenna, and a redesigned rear bumper.

2017 Maruti Swift Dzire – Image Gallery

[Image Source: GaadiWaadi]

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