Festivities have been set in motion, and so has our creativity. So pull up socks as we dive into a world full of fantasy, where automobile crossovers are endless. And this time, it’s two of India’s most loved brands. So here’s what the Maruti Suzuki Swift would have had if it was manufactured by Tata Motors.
5 Star Safety Rating
First things first, safety is indeed Tata Motors strongest suit. And safety is also the thing that makes the Maruti Suzuki Swift quite infamous. So if Tata could someday take over the manufacturing of the Swift, we are sure to see a safety rating of 5 stars, with inclusions such as ALFA ARC architecture, ABS, EBD, and CSC etc.
Harman Powered Acoustic Sound
When it comes to in-cabin experience, sound plays a crucial role. And with Tata taking over the Maruti Suzuki Swift, the hatchback is sure to become even more exciting with Harman tuned acoustic sound system with a top-notch 6 speaker set up that will enhance the overall drivability of the Swift.
Automatic Headlamps and Rain Sensing Wipers
Despite being one of India’s most selling hatchbacks, the swift misses on two modern-day creature comforts. But with Tata taking over the Swift automatic headlamps and rain-sensing wipers would be definitely included to make the Swift even more promising than it already is.
Turbo Petrol Engine
Despite ditching the diesel burner, one thing that the Swift still misses is a turbocharged petrol unit. But with Tata in the picture, the Swift can easily be offered with a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine that does duty on the Tata Altroz, adding a little punch to the Swift’s driving dynamics.
With Maruti completely doing away with a diesel burner on most of its vehicles, Tata Motors can lend the Swift its 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine that does duty on the Altroz. With this bad boy on board, the Swift can regain its dominant status beating all other contemporaries in terms of both sales as well as popularity
So these were the 5 key changes that the Swift would have gone through if it was manufactured by Tata Motors. Stay pinned to the GoMechanic blog for everything automotive.
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