5 Future Maruti Suzuki Compact Cars

5 Future Maruti Suzuki Compact Cars

For the Indian market, Maruti Suzuki is presently working on a number of new passenger cars, including electric models. Future ICE small cars that should be released in the next two to three years:

1. Maruti Suzuki Fronx Facelift: 

It is anticipated that the revised Maruti Suzuki Fronx, internally dubbed YTB, will be unveiled in India early in 2019. The company’s substantially localized hybrid electric powertrain will probably make its debut in this model. Despite being a mid-cycle update, the new engine option is anticipated to be the most notable characteristic. One potential use for the new generation Swift’s 1.2L Z series petrol engine is as a range extender.

2. Maruti Suzuki Compact MPV & Micro SUV: 

The top carmaker in the country is working on a small MPV that will sit beneath the Ertiga and take aim at competitors like the Renault Kiger and its upcoming Nissan equivalent. The Suzuki Spacia, which is presently offered in Japan, will serve as the basis for this new vehicle. A mini SUV is also being developed; it is internally called the Y43 and is expected to debut in late 2026.

3. New-Gen Maruti Suzuki Dzire: 

With evolutionary upgrades to the outside and inside as well as a notable improvement to the feature list, the new Maruti Suzuki went on sale in India recently. Similarly, a new 1.2L Z series three-cylinder petrol engine with manual and automatic transmission options will power the all-new Dzire, which is scheduled to debut later this year. It will have more aesthetically pleasing features than its hatchback sibling.

4. Next-Gen Maruti Suzuki Baleno:

It is anticipated that by 2026, Maruti Suzuki would launch the next-generation Baleno in India. The YTA, the internally-recognized next model, is anticipated to feature significant interior and design improvements following a significant update in early 2022. This version is probably going to be outfitted with Maruti Suzuki’s recently developed HEV technology, which promises a stated mileage of more than 35 km/l. The Baleno’s current powerplants include a 1.2L K-series four-cylinder gasoline engine and a more potent 1.0L Booster Jet turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine.

    Sanchita Patil

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