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Maruti Swift With Remote-Controlled Massage Seats

The Maruti Swift in this video has been modified with massage seats. These days, new auto modification businesses are sprouting up that can turn any vehicle into a luxury vehicle. This altered Swift is a perfect illustration of that. One of the most popular vehicles ever sold in our market is the Swift. But these aftermarket modifications raise its allure even further. View this car’s specifications here.

Rahul Singh, a well-known YouTuber, posted the video. He shows us around an altered Swift. The interior design of this car is the only thing that matters. Tan upholstery with wood inserts has been installed by the auto shop in various places. Wooden accents have been added to the dashboard, door panels, and seats, and extra padding has been added to the seats to improve comfort. The seats with massage functions are, however, this modification’s main selling point.

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A remote control with several features is placed beneath each of the front two seats to operate the separate massagers. There are massages for the back, thighs, lumbar support, and other areas. (tourismiceland.is) More importantly, the owner of the car dealership asserts that all five seats may be fitted with the massage feature, which is typically found in the most expensive luxury vehicles. Even an armrest for the backseat passengers has been carved out. They assert that it is possible to install movable headrests for the back seats as well.

Finally, they mention that the seat manufacturer is the car modifier. They manufacture seats for buses in addition to cars. As a result, they can create any kind of design. What do you think of this special Swift with the massage seats?

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