Pune, 28th November 2023: In a bid to further solidify its dominance in the Indian automotive landscape, Maruti Suzuki gears up for a groundbreaking year ahead, eyeing the launch of three highly-anticipated vehicles. This strategic move precedes the impending debut of their inaugural electric vehicle, the eVX, slated for 2025. The company, renowned for its prominence in the Indian auto industry, aims to leverage its expertise in internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles with these imminent releases.
New Maruti Suzuki Swift:
The much-awaited iteration of the Maruti Suzuki Swift steals the spotlight as enthusiasts eagerly anticipate its arrival. Recently showcased at the Tokyo Mobility Show 2023, the fully-fledged redesign boasts a revamped exterior and interior while retaining the beloved silhouette that has garnered a vast fanbase in India. Embracing innovation, Maruti Suzuki bids farewell to the trusted K Series engine, ushering in the Z Series 1.2-liter, 3-cylinder naturally aspirated engine. Anticipated to maintain comparable power output with enhanced torque, the company underscores stringent fuel efficiency standards.
Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara 7-Seater:
Capitalizing on the triumphant reign of the Grand Vitara in the compact SUV domain, Maruti Suzuki sets its sights on an expanded 7-seater variant. Poised to rival stalwarts like the Hyundai Alcazar, MG Hector Plus, Mahindra XUV700, and the latest Tata Safari, reports confirm the commencement of development for this larger version. While the official launch date remains undisclosed, this upcoming model is expected to sport an elongated wheelbase, accommodating a third row of seats. Engine options will encompass both mild hybrid and robust hybrid powertrains, catering to diverse consumer preferences.
New Maruti Suzuki Dzire:
Building upon the momentum generated by the revamped Swift, Maruti Suzuki positions the debut of the all-new Dzire, projected to hit the markets in September 2024. Displaying striking similarities with the Swift while featuring distinct front and rear design enhancements, the highlight of the 2024 Maruti Dzire lies in the incorporation of a rear boot, setting it apart from its counterpart. Driven by a new 1.2-liter petrol engine bolstered by robust hybrid technology, the anticipated fuel efficiency is expected to reach an exceptional 30-35 kmpl.