India’s leading carmaker, Maruti Suzuki is continuing to charm the audience at the ongoing 2014 Auto Expo with its new cars and concepts. The Indo-Japanese car major has unveiled a customized version of the extremely popular Swift premium hatch, named as the Volt at the event.
Maruti Suzuki has displayed a whole host of customized cars at the 2014 Auto Expo to draw customer attention, and one of these is the Swift Volt. This model is put up at display at the auto show to get the feedbacks from its potential customers. If the car gets liked enough by the car aficionados, then the company will launch a limited number of the Swift Volt variant displayed at the event.
As a whole the new Swift Volt looks great and trendy, with a racy feel to it. However, the car might be too dramatically painted to be liked by all. The Swift Volt showcases 3 bright contrasting colors on its body, primarily to grab maximum attention and to compel the visitors to take a closer look at the car. The roof of the hatch flaunts a bright red shed, while the body sports the dual color contrast treatment of black and white. The transition of the colors on the car’s body has also been kept interesting. The car’s frontal part is pristine white that continues till the car’s mid portion from which in a checkered transition pattern the while gives in to the jet black color that finishes off draping the rear end of the car.
More interesting and colorful features of the Swift Volt, is its racing seats that flaunt the red color of the car’s roof. The side profile of the car is made more interesting apart from the body color transition with the incorporation of stylish black alloy wheels. The car’s other noteworthy features are its twin exhausts that are smartly integrated into the vehicle’s bumper.
Apart from these major highlights, the new Maruti Suzuki Swift Volt displays a number of great stylish features, including projector headlamps in the blackened headlight casings. The front grill is painted black and the car’s fenders carry the logo of VVT which means that this special model has been developed based on the Swift’s petrol powered version.
Apart from the visually attractive model itself, Maruti Suzuki has not revealed any more details or specifications of the new Swift Volt. However, as already mentioned the car is based on the regular Swift’s petrol variant, this means that the car is powered by the tried and tested 1.2 liter K12B 4 cylinder petrol engine.
The Maruti stall is sure seen drawing in a lot of allured visitors who are coming to check out the Swift Volt and are eager to give their feedbacks. Given the super style factor of the already great successful Swift and the added alluring, contemporary features of the Volt variant, Maruti should go ahead with its launch; obviously with a more practical paint job.