Maruti Suzuki launched S-Presso in Indian market a couple of months ago and has become quite popular among people as well. It is doing pretty well in terms of numbers and within a short period of time, it even entered the top-ten position. Maruti has launched S-Presso with an aim to attract young customers who are looking for an SUV like car which is easy on their pocket. To make it more appealing to the young audience, Maruti is providing customisation options to S-Presso customers. Here we have one such S-Presso which gets a sporty dual tone paint job.
The video is uploaded by BMC HD Videos on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing the interiors of the S-Presso. It gets red accents on the air-con vents and the area around the speedometer and infotainment system. Normally those panels get a silver finish. Apart from those red inserts nothing else has changed on the inside.
On the outside the main change that you would notice is the black roof. The roof along with A, B and C pillars are blacked out. The black roof goes well with the red paint job that S-Presso gets. S-Presso now gets a dual tone alloy wheels and a silver strip on the side cladding. The Alloy wheels , cladding, silver insert on the front grille and the black spoiler all give the S-Presso an SUVish stance. The bumper remains untouched and gets the same black finish for that rugged feel.
Just like other Maruti cars, S-Presso is also based on HEARTECT platform, which uses high tensile, light weight steel to keep weight low and structural rigidity high. At 726 Kilograms, S-Presso is Maruti’s lightest car. It is lighter than the Maruti Alto 800. The car gets a 1.0 liter, 3-cylinder, K-Series, petrol engine that produces 67 Bhp of peak power and 90 Nm of peak torque. The engine is compliant to the upcoming BS6 emission norms. It is available with a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT gearbox. The main rival of the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso is the new facelifted Renault Kwid. Maruti might also launch CNG fitted version of the S-Presso hatchback in the market soon. The CNG powered version will be aimed at buyers in those cities of India where CNG dispensing infrastructure is well developed. In future, an electric variant of the S-Presso may also make an appearance as Maruti Suzuki turns its attention towards electric mobility for the masses.
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