After today's launch of next Gen facelift Swift 2021, Maruti Suzuki is preparing for the next gen Celerio Hatch. Which has been caught several times on road. The company is speculated to e working on a new mid sized SUV, which will be rivaling Hyundai Creta & Kia Seltos, adding to the list MS will be also working upon next Gen Brezza, Baleno and Alto. Maruti Suzuki will introduce the next-gen Vitara Brezza compact SUV in the third quarter of 2021, before Diwali. The new model will retain the rugged, squared-off and upright stance, while the cabin will continue to offer comfortable space for 5 adults. The new Brezza will be based on the Suzuki’s lightweight HEARTECT platform, which also underpins the Ertiga and the Baleno. The SUV will be benefitted with several new systems including connected car tech and advanced safety systems.
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The new Brezza will be powered by the BS6-compliant 1.5-litre K15B, 4-cylinder naturally-aspirated petrol engine with a stronger mild-hybrid system. In the current form, this engine produces 104bhp and 138Nm of torque. The new Brezza could also receive a BS6-compliant 1.5-litre diesel engine; however, MSIL is yet to make an official announcement.
MSIL is also readying the new-gen Alto 800, which is likely to launched by the end of 2021 or early 2022. Like the S-Presso and the WagonR, the new Alto is likely to be based on the new HEARTECT platform. It is likely to receive all-new design and better equipped cabin. It is likely to be powered by the 796cc naturally-aspirated petrol engine delivering 48bhp and 69Nm. Both manual and AMT gearboxes will be on offer.
But the interesting news here is, the Maruti Suzuki is working on the new Baleno Hatch. The existing model is 6 years old. The new one is expected to be around the corners by end of the year or early 2022.
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