Four stars are awarded to the fourth generation Suzuki Swift in Japanese NCAP crash tests

The fourth generation Maruti Suzuki, which is packed with technology, received a four-star rating out of five in the worldwide NCAP (Japan). The car is anticipated to hit the Indian market sometime in May 2024, according to the story that broke.

Note that the safety rating for the Indian specification may differ from that of the International specification. Customers should anticipate more safety features and greater construction quality from the car, nevertheless.

Ratings for Crash Tests
According to reports, the new Swift is safer than ever, with a score of 177.8 out of 197. The vehicle has achieved a performance score of 88.7 out of 89 in preventative safety. Other than this, the new Swift’s occupant protection rating in an accident was 81.1 out of 100.

Entire Safety
Frontal-offset and rear-end crash tests were conducted at 64 km/h and 55 km/h, respectively, while the complete frontal test was conducted at 55 km/h and the side profile test was conducted at 55 km/h.

Anticipated Revisions
The next Maruti Suzuki Swift, on the other hand, is probably going to follow the worldwide specification, with a front fascia, side profile, fog lights, and an identical LED headlamp configuration.

The inside of the 2024 model will be better, with a new touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and all other auto connect technologies.

It will be equipped with an extensive array of strong safety features, including parking sensors, three-point seatbelts in the rear, six airbags, a speed warning system, ABS with EBD, and reverse parking.

The car will be powered by a 1.2-liter, three-cylinder Z Series engine under the hood. It will produce a maximum output of 90 horsepower and a peak torque of 113 Nm.

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