Maruti Suzuki laughs at India’s new Brezza SUV, which has already leaked
Suzuki is preparing to release a new generation of Brezza crossover for the Indian market, a video teaser will give us an idea of the new features. A model to replace the Vitara Brezza has also been announced from the factory floor.
Starting with the teaser, the Suzuki shows us the crossover’s new LED lighting signature, which looks more modern and spacious than its predecessor. We can also see that the grille is less chrome than before, with an additional electric hatch and extended taillights.
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The opened video shows all the exterior and interior design of the upcoming model, as well as the entire body has been redesigned. The SUV retains familiar elements such as a vertical belt, box-shaped wheels and compact proportions. However, it gets the effect of a pop-up roof thanks to new LED lighting fixtures, a heavy dose of plastic wrap around the body, and glass-covered C pillars.
Inside the control panel has a modern layout. The idle 9-inch informative entertainment touch screen looks the same as the recently updated S-Cross, and the steering wheel with integrated buttons is from the new Baleno. The rest of the control panel has a design unique to Brezza, with metal-style accents and hard plastic typical of low-end Suzuki products.
Despite the fact that Suzuki has started accepting orders from the official website in India, it does not comment on the technical characteristics of the model. Car India The new Brezza is based on its advanced architecture and has a number of upgrades.
Engine options include an upgraded version of the 1.5-liter naturally aspirated engine with soft hybrid technology. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission that transmits power to the front wheels.
We know more about Maruti Suzuki Brezza in his recent debut. The model will go on sale in India as the recently updated Hyundai Venue.