First sketch of the Suzuki Vitara Brezza that will go on sale in march
The Suzuki Vitara has opened a new time in the japanese brand in terms of design, and will not delay in moving to the future generations of the rest of models that make up its range. The first of them will be the Suzuki Vitara Brezza, which the manufacturer has revealed the first official teaser.
despite its name, the Vitara Brezza is not a derivative of the Vitara. She will compete in the crossover segment smallest, with a body which will be about four meters in length and will be sold in India. Its exterior design, yes that will inherit a good part of the straight lines and angular, your SUV that we know of in Europe, and also inspire in the prototype Suzuki XA Alpha Concept that was introduced in 2012.
The interior will share many components with the Suzuki Swift, while the central console will enjoy a more modern design and will have a shiny black finish. It also will come from the Swift its mechanics, with an offer that includes a mechanical fuel 1.2 with 84 HP and a diesel 1.3 Automobile source Fiat that develops 75 HP. In both cases the transmission will be manual, five gears.
The new crossover will take some details of the Suzuki XA Alpha Concept
According to reports Indian Autos Blog, it is expected that all versions have ABS, cast electronic brake force distribution (EBD) and dual airbags on the front. minimum requirements from the european point of view but that are not always available in automobiles for emerging countries. The finished upper part of this crossover will enjoy the items as multifunction steering wheel, climate control, and a multimedia system with touch screen.
With this model, Maruti Suzuki wants to take a leap of quality
The Vitara Brezza will be an important model and much awaited in the indian subcontinent since the engineers of Maruti Suzuki, the biggest manufacturer in India by volume sales and a subsidiary of the japanese Suzuki, have been very involved in its development. A closer collaboration will be pursued in future products of the brand if all goes well.
Her presentation will take place in the Hall of New Delhi at the beginning of February and will arrive at dealers in march, having as main rivals models such as the Renault Duster, the Mahindra TUV300, the Hyundai Crete or the Ford EcoSport. At the moment it is unknown whether the japanese brand will focus on marketing in other emerging markets, but we can rule out that it goes on sale in Spain.