New-Gen Suzuki Vitara SUV

New-Gen Suzuki Vitara SUV Coming To India? – Creta, Seltos Rival

The Indian automaker Maruti Suzuki plans to increase the number of SUVs it offers in the near future. There will be a wide selection of new SUVs coming out from the Indo-Japanese carmaker in the near future. They include the next-generation Brezza, a crossover based on the Baleno, a redesigned Jimny, and a larger SUV. A new media source claims that the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza of 2022 will no longer begin with the prefix “Vitara.” Maruti Suzuki Brezza will be the name of the upcoming car. The Suzuki Vitara SUV, which is available in several countries across the world, may soon be available in India, the report adds.

In that case, the new Vitara SUV would be the company’s fifth-generation model. The Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, VW Taigun, MG Astor, and Skoda Kushaq are some of the competitors it will face in this segment. There will most certainly be major exterior and interior revisions to the next-generation Suzuki Vitara, in addition to the revised underpinnings. The SUV will have a more prominent waistline, sharply shaped headlights, noticeable shoulder creases, and a rakish rear glass.

The next generation will be larger in every dimension compared to the current crop. As for the former, its dimensions are 4177 millimetres in length, 1775 millimetres in width, and 1610 millimetres in height. The vehicle will share the same wheelbase as the one currently in production. HD touchscreen infotainment system, wireless charging, fully digital instrument cluster with changeable layouts, ambient mood lighting, 4G LTE WiFi hotspot, and automated parking brake are just some of the interior features coming to the 2019 Suzuki Vitara.

The new Suzuki Vitara SUV will be powered by a 1.4-liter K14D Boosterjet gasoline engine that is connected to Suzuki’s SHVS mild hybrid technology. The latter has a 13.6-horsepower (PS) electric motor and a 48-volt, 8-ampere-hour battery pack. Battery pack features will include idle stop, torque boost, and torque fill management, all of which will aid the engine in various ways.

It’s worth noting that the Vitara has not yet been officially introduced in India. Maruti Suzuki’s future intentions will become clearer over the next few months. Keep reading and for the latest updates.

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