Although the Maruti Swift EV is nowhere to be found in the pipeline, it is interesting to see what it looks like in an electric car.
Automakers quickly became aggressive in electric car segments. So far, Tata Motors has been at the forefront of the game with electric versions of Nexon and Tigor. Even Mahindra, which once came out on top, makes a lot of electric SUVs. In addition, Hyundai, Kia and MG have released their EV offers. Maruti Suzuki stood out in his absence. Although the WagonR power test has been tested several times, it was not long before the automaker released its first EV. However, show Today we have an idea of what the Maruti Swift EV will look like.
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Maruti Swift EV styling updates
It should be noted that Maruti Suzuki showed a full hybrid version of Swift at Auto Expo 2020. This car is the closest vehicle to electrifying the Swift and even the automaker has no plans to do so globally. the EV version of the current Swift. But if e-Swift launches it, it will be a very strong competitor to the upcoming Tata Altroz EV. e-Altroz was presented at Auto Expo 2020 and seems to be close to launching it.
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The Maruti Swift EV featured in this rendering includes a few changes to the regular version. Earlier, the artist replaced the warehouse bumper with a new one. There are no more black plastic elements on the nose. The grid is switched off in the true EV model. This is something that helps aerodynamics by lowering the obstacle coefficient. The original headlights were redesigned with matrix LED elements for better lighting. The alloy wheels in the side profile were replaced by larger blocks with a 5-chain design and machine-cut finish.
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e-Swift Not in the pipeline
The brake calipers are painted neon yellow and the front wings are painted EV. ORVM devices have been replaced with glossy cameras to give the hatchback a futuristic effect. In addition, even retractable door handles (a la Mahindra XUV700) add more jazz to the small car. There are no other visual changes. Although it is a work of the artist’s imagination, we believe that Maruti Suzuki must consider working with an opponent for the upcoming Tata Altroz.