Swift facelift wasn’t up to the mark to entice the new-gen buyers. Certainly, it got a reason to be so, because the maker was preparing a newbie in its development centre termed as YRA. The same has now unveiled at Geneva Motor Show to allow spectators for a real-world picture of how it could appear on roads when would hit the production after passing from the conceptual stage. Hyundai Elite i20, new Honda Jazz are on its immediate attack. To be very precise, the company wouldn’t shy away from launching it in India, because the major chunk of Swift is sold here more than anywhere in the world.
Keeping premium design in mind as of a lifestyle product, the waistline surges at rear and makes the windscreen to be placed on a sloppy angle. A wider appearance and bolder attitude than the Swift are almost guaranteed. On the length, it measures 4023mm where the additional kerb will be chopped down to bring it under the regulations of sub-4 metre for meeting norms.
In fact, the 1.0-litre BoosterJet motor is fitted in its bay. And the European launch shall take place in 2016. The 2016 Delhi Auto Expo will expose it officially for the first time on Indian shores; must admit, the very pristine diesel engine will emerge as a winner for it in this market.