Here is a modified Maruti Swift by Reddy Customs that sports a completely revamped interior. The reworked cabin looks more luxurious and classier than what the stock car could ever manage.
The all-black theme of the stock Maruti Swift has made way for a dual-tone on this car. Except for the top-most section, the dashboard gets a dark shade of beige. The faux aluminium trim running across the width of the dash has been replaced with a fake wood insert. The faux wood trim also makes it to the gear lever and the steering wheel.
The dark beige finish extends to the door panels. The fabric insert on the door pad has been replaced with premium leather in the same colour shade. The handrest gets the mock wood trim, but the door handle console retains its original finish.
The seats are covered in the same premium leather and boast a diamond quilted pattern. The new upholstery has been double stitched to ensure longevity. The chairs get some additional bolstering for higher support to the occupant. The black floor mats have been carried over from the stock model. The overall two-tone beige & black colour pattern makes the cabin look more upmarket. Other than a comprehensively modified interior, this Maruti Swift doesn't seem to carry changes.
Also See- New Maruti Ertiga to launch in late October - Report
With an average monthly sales of more than 19,440 units (February 2018 - July 2018), the Maruti Swift is the highest selling model in the B1-segment of the Indian car market. The current generation of the Maruti Swift is available with two transmission choices for both petrol and diesel engine variants - 5-speed manual and 5-speed AMT. The modified Maruti Swift is an AMT model in the ZXi trim.
[Image source- Facebook.com]