Maruti Suzuki’s INR 1,450 Crore Investment in 4th-Gen Swift Signals Bold Move in Premium Hatchback Market; Forecasts 1 Million Sales by 2030

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India’s favorite car brand, Maruti Suzuki, has spent a whopping INR 1,450 crore to make the latest version of Swift, their cool hatchback. This means they really believe in making cars that people love. The new Swift is packed with fancy features and safety stuff, perfect for young folks in their late 20s and early 30s. Maruti Suzuki is also super confident that by 2030, a million people will be driving hatchbacks like the Swift.

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1. New Swift:

  • What’s New: Maruti Suzuki has just launched the latest Swift, and it’s cooler than ever. Prices start from INR 6.49 lakh, going up to INR 9.64 lakh (before adding all the taxes and stuff).
  • Cool Features: The new Swift comes with all kinds of fancy things like airbags, ABS brakes, and seatbelt reminders for all seats. Plus, it’s super fuel-efficient, giving you up to 25.75 km per liter.
  • Big Investment: Maruti Suzuki spent INR 1,450 crore to make this new Swift, including developing a new engine and getting all the tools and machines needed. That’s a lot of money, showing how serious they are about making great cars.

2. Maruti Suzuki’s Love for Hatchbacks:

  • Sticking to Their Guns: Even though everyone’s talking about big SUVs, Maruti Suzuki still loves hatchbacks. They know hatchbacks are where many people start their journey with cars and want to keep making awesome ones.
  • Who They’re Targeting: With the new Swift, Maruti Suzuki wants to attract young people who love cool features in their cars. So if you’re in your late 20s or early 30s and want a stylish ride, this one’s for you.

3. More Hatchbacks Coming Soon:

  • Hatchback Boom: Right now, hatchbacks make up about 28% of all cars sold in India, and the fancy ones like Swift and Baleno make up 60% of that. Maruti Suzuki thinks this number could jump from 7 lakh to 10 lakh by 2030.
  • Maruti’s Share: Maruti Suzuki already owns a big chunk, about 62%, of the fancy hatchback market. That’s a lot, thanks to models like Swift and Baleno that people really like.

Conclusion:


Maruti Suzuki’s big investment in the new Swift shows how serious they are about making cars that people love. With cool features and a focus on what young folks want, the new Swift is set to be a hit. And with Maruti Suzuki’s big dreams, we might just see more hatchbacks like this on Indian roads in the coming years.

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