Maruti Suzuki recently launched its second generation Celerio hatchback in India in India. The starting price of this hatchback is Rs 4.99 lakh. In this episode, the company is preparing to launch an updated version of its XL6, Baleno, Alto, Ciaz and Ertiga MPV as well. The vehicle of Maruti Suzuki whose customers are most waiting for the update is Vitara Brezza SUV. The company is testing the next generation of Brezza and it could be launched in the market by next year.
Will get updated interior and infotainment system
According to the reports, the company’s new Brezza will come with a new Heatect platform. Apart from this, many cosmetic changes will also be seen in the rear and front of Brezza 2022. The special thing is that the interior of the new Brezza will also be completely new. In this, a new central console and new instrument cluster can be given with a redesigned dashboard. Not only this, we can also see an updated touchscreen infotainment system in the 2022 Brezza SUV. This infotainment system will come with Apple Car Play and Android Auto and will also be equipped with voice recognition feature.
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The new Brezza will come with a sunroof
Sunroof-loving customers may like the new Brezza. If reports are to be believed, Maruti Suzuki may also offer a factory fitted electric sunroof in the new Brezza. The company may offer the sunroof only in the top-end variant of the SUV. The new Brezza can also see premium features like connected car features, wireless charging system, new AC unit, powered ORVMs, 6 airbags in the top-end variant.
CNG variant can also be launched
It is rumored that the company is going to offer 1.5L K15B petrol engine in the new Brezza, which will come with 48V hybrid system. The petrol engine of the SUV will produce 138Nm of torque and 103bhp power. The company can also launch the new Brezza in CNG variant. It will generate power up to 91bhp and torque of 112Nm. Talking about the transmission, it can be mated to a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.
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