The upcoming Maruti Suzuki Swift has been spied testing again ahead of its debut at the Paris Motor Show on September 29, when Suzuki addresses a press conference at the Motor Show.
The Swift mule spotted testing was in near production-ready guise and did not spot the extra cladding that previous test mules have been spotted with.
The test mule still had quite a bit of camouflage on but the shape of the car looks like a dead ringer for the car seen in the leaked brochure from a dealer meeting earlier this year.
Motor 1 claims that the new Swift will be slightly shorter and wider than the current car. The new Swift is also expected to based on the same platform that underpins the current Baleno.
Engine wise, the new Swift is expected to use the same engines as the current Swift. However, the power outputs for the new Swift are expected to go up. Along with the 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine and the 1.3-litre diesel engine, the Swift could also borrow the 1.0-litre Boosterjet from the upcoming Baleno RS.
Spy Pics Source - Motor1.com