Custom 2018 Maruti Swift 'Sports' by SS Designs - In 15 Images

26/06/2018 - 09:07 | ,   | Dhruv Saxena

We've come across an example of a custom 2018 Maruti Swift created by SS Designs, shared via their Facebook page.

Modified 2018 Maruti Swift front
The custom Swift is finished in the Solid Fire Red with white highlights.

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Up front, additions include a square pattern grille, body colour lower grille with LED inserts, a red Suzuki logo, and body colour headlight eyelids. The presence of projector headlamps with LED DRLs and 'Petrol' lettering on the fuel tank reveals that this is the Swift ZXi+ or ZDi+. This grade features front fog lamps, but the custom job does away with those replacing them with thin LED strips.

Over to the side, the fender gets the customizer's logo. The door features digits mimicking ones seen on race cars. It also gets aftermarket multi-spoke alloy wheels and side skirts. Over to the rear, there is a roof spoiler, bumper extension, and 'Swift Sports' and the Suzuki insignia finished in white.

Contrasting white highlights are abound on the custom Maruti Swift. The grille gets a white surround along with a white bumper extension and around the lower grille. The roof rails, side skirts, ORVMs, B-pillar, and a portion of the C-pillar are finished in white. At the back, the spoiler and bumper extension along with bootlid applique are white.

The interior of the custom 2018 Maruti Swift is awash with red. Much of the trim and upholstery that is otherwise in black, have been done up in the brighter shade. The seats get faux leather upholstery in a red and black combination. Front seats get fixed headrests, unlike the regular seats, which have adjustable headrests. The modified Swift is equipped with underbody lights for the night effect.

Modified 2018 Maruti Swift side angle
Modifications made to this 2018 Maruti Swift are purely cosmetic.

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Maruti Suzuki offers the Swift petrol with a 1.2 L K12B 4-cylinder engine developing 61 kW and 113 Nm. It pairs with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 5-speed AMT. The car may be badged 'Sports', but the modifications appear to be purely cosmetic as the Facebook post does not mention any performance upgrades.

[source - Facebook]

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