No. Speed of a body is the overall distance travelled per unit time; irrespective of its direction. Velocity of a body is the overall displacement occured per unit time; with regard to its direction. If a body is moving with a constant velocity, then its magnitude and direction remain constant. Speed is the magnitude of velocity. Therefore, speed also remains same.
[Read: Motion in a Straight Line]
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