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Suzuki has taken the wraps of the all-new Swift which will come to India around mid-2017.
Also known by its internal code name YSD, the all-new car will be the third generation of the Swift to be launched in India.
Built on the same platform as the Baleno, the new Swift is also expected to be around 15 percent lighter than the 890kg Baleno.
The blacked-out section on the C-pillar gives the new Swift a floating roof.
On the inside, it gets a minimalist dashboard, a new upmarket steering wheel, and a sporty two-pod instrument cluster.
However, the India-bound model is expected to get a unique interior that’ll be shared with the next-gen Swift Dzire.
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