Upcoming Maruti Suzuki cars: Maruti Suzuki India has just made the announcement that it will keep working on various technologies to minimize its carbon footprint, putting local production at the center of its efforts to do so. In addition, the business will broaden its product offering in the upcoming years.
The automaker has announced that it would launch two brand-new SUVs this year: the Jimny 5-door and Fronx. A high-end MPV will follow. Get more about the top 5 new Maruti Suzuki vehicles that will be released over the next two to three years by reading on.
Upcoming Maruti Suzuki cars
Maruti Jimny 5 Door
One of the most awaited new Maruti Suzuki vehicles that will reach the roads this year is the brand-new 5-door Jimny. All Nexa stores as well as online have already begun authorized bookings for the vehicle. The 1.5-L K 15 B gasoline engine will be offered in Alpha and Zeta grades for the off-road SUV model lineup. The motor produces 103 bhp and 134.2 Nm of torque at its maximum output, and it has a 4-speed torque and a 5-speed manual converter automatic transmission.
It sports a manual transfer case, a low-range gearbox, and an AllGrip Pro 4-WD system with 2-WD high, 4-WD low, and 4-WD high modes. It includes features like smart keyless entry with push-button engine start/stop, auto AC, a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, cruise would be found reserved for the top-end trim.
New Maruti MPV
According to rumors, the Indo-Japanese car manufacturer would introduce a new MPV in 2023-August. The vehicle, which will be on sale over the holiday season this year, would be modeled on the Toyota Innova Hycross. The three rows of the Toyota vehicle’s base, styling cues, amenities, and powertrains will all be shared by this one.
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But, it will have a new grille, headlights, and front bumper, which will give it a somewhat different appearance. The brand’s first vehicle to include the Advanced Driver Aid System will be the new Maruti MPV (ADAS). The 2.0-L gasoline hybrid and 2.0-L normally aspirated gasoline engine choices are available to customers, producing 186 PS and 206 Nm and 174 PS and 205 Nm, respectively.
Maruti 7 Seater SUV
One of the much-anticipated new Maruti Suzuki vehicles slated for the upcoming year is the brand-new 7-seater SUV. The vehicle, internally known as the Maruti Y17, would be based on the Grand Vitara’s Global-C platform. For the future Maruti SUV, the company’s new Kharkhoda factory in Haryana would act as the production base.
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There are few specifics at this time. Nevertheless, the 1.5-L K 15 C gasoline with mild hybrid technology and 1.5-L Atkinson cycle gasoline powertrains from Toyota are expected to be included in the model. The Grand Vitara will be used for both configurations. The Mahindra XUV700 and Tata Safari will come up against the new Maruti 7-seater SUV in this comparison.
New-Gen Maruti Swift
By May 2023, the next-generation Suzuki Swift is expected to make its debut on the global stage. The modernized hatchback will probably come to India sometime in 2019. Swift will have a significant improvement in terms of functionality, efficiency, and design with the generation update. It will be constructed on a modified Heartect base and have a new 1.2-L, 3 cylinders gasoline engine strengthened by powerful hybrid technology from Toyota.
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According to media rumors, the Maruti Swift would have good fuel efficiency. It will have a fuel efficiency of about 35 to 40 kmpl, which is undoubtedly extremely impressive. The CNG fuel and the 1.2-L Dualjet gasoline engine option will also be offered in the hatchback model lineup.
Maruti Suzuki EV
According to Maruti Suzuki, its first electric vehicle would be on sale in 2025. It will be an SUV that was jointly developed by Toyota and built on the Born Electric platform. The model will be 4300 mm long, 1800 mm wide, and 1600 mm tall. It will have a 2700 mm wheelbase.
Although the EV’s specs are yet unknown, a 60-kWh battery pack is most likely included. A single charge will provide the vehicle with a claimed 550 km of range. The Chinese battery supplier of BYD would be the source of the LFP blade bell batteries for the Indo-Japanese carmaker.