The revamped model of Swift dons LED daytime running lights mounted into the fog lamps. It also sports a new look front bumper and the LED part continues to come along with the stop lamp, which is placed at the rear.

When it comes to upgradation in exteriors, the top variants get 16-inch alloy wheels and a dash of Blue Boost Pearl metallic colour across the body.

The interiors, however, retain more or less the same look and feel apart from the new upholstery for the seats. Besides, some of the latest features which have been incorporated are Auto-Up one touch function on the driver’s side power window, electronically adjustable side mirrors, automatic headlamps and several others.

The hatchback also remains unchanged with the same engine specifications - a 1.2-liter petrol and 1.3-liter multi-jet engine.

It’s being said that the latest version of the Swift has been designed and developed mainly in order to fit in to the existing conditions in the Indian automobile market. The new Swift will be competing against other popular hatchbacks like Hyundai i20, Volkswagen Polo and Fiat Punto.