Spy photos of the 2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift being tested in India for the first time (video)

Spy photos of the 2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift being tested in India for the first time (video)

The country’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, has started testing the upcoming new 2024 Swift hatchback in India. Recently, three test mules of the new Swift were spotted testing on roads in the country. The test mules were spotted alongside the outgoing model, and a video of them was shared online. This is the first time that the new Swift has been tested in India.

2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift spotted

The video of the 2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift test mules was shared on YouTube by Yash9W on their channel. The video begins with the presenter going to a petrol station in his Mahindra Scorpio-N after receiving a tip-off that these test mules have been spotted. He then approaches the test mules and shows them from all angles, showing the three fully camouflaged mules parked at the gas station.

It proceeds to show the current generation Maruti Suzuki Swift standing right next to the new model. Moving on, it offers a glimpse into the hatchback’s interior, which reveals the same 9-inch infotainment screen found on the Baleno, Phronix, Brezza and Grand Vitara. Additionally, he included undisguised clips of the 2024 Swift in the video to illustrate the resemblance. He then follows the Swift test mule for a while on the highway and discusses the new design additions.

Another test mule was spotted in Shimla

As mentioned in the first video, these test mules were on their way to Himachal Pradesh for further testing. Soon after, another short video clip emerged showing another test of the new Swift passing by a car in Shimla. The video was shared on YouTube by Bunny Punia. In this clip, the new Swift was seen quickly crossing in front of the photographer. However, the photographer was able to catch a glimpse of the hatchback on the mountain road.

2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift

Just a few days ago, Suzuki Motor Corporation unveiled the all-new Swift Hybrid at the Japanese Mobility Expo. The new model is based on the same architecture as the previous Swift model in India. However, it has undergone extensive updates to bring it up to date. The car now features significantly revised exterior styling, interior styling, and an all-new engine. The company is expected to launch this model next year in India.

What’s new in the 2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift

the outside

Starting with the changes, the front end of the new Swift has been completely changed. It will now feature a more modern grille with a high-gloss black honeycomb pattern. In addition, it will also have a large black surround. The new model will also be equipped with new LED headlights featuring integrated LED DRLs. Changes have been made to the fog light housings and bumper, as well as modifications to the hood.

On the side side, it will have a new shoulder line that runs the entire length of the car. It will also have new diamond-cut wheels and more traditional rear door handles. At the rear, newly designed C-shaped LED taillights were introduced. The lower part of the rear bumper was also changed to include three sections.


Similar to the exterior appearance, the company has significantly revised the interior design of the new Swift. It now features a dashboard design similar to other premium offerings from the brand. The car will retain the same 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system and automatic air conditioning controls as well as the stylish air conditioning vents. In addition, it will have new front seats and other improvements.


In terms of engine, Maruti Suzuki is likely to launch the new Swift with a new engine. The 2024 Swift will reportedly come with a new three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine codenamed Z12. According to reports, this engine will provide significantly more torque than the previous model and better fuel efficiency of about 30 kilometers per hour.

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