Maruti Suzuki S-Presso will be launched on the 30th of this month. Before the official launch, Maruti Suzuki has revealed the exterior of the upcoming car in a new Television Commercial (TVC). The new TVC features Varun Dhawan and shows how the production version of the car will look like in real life.
The TVC shows the top-end version of the upcoming S-Presso. The front-end of the car gets a sleek chrome grille with four slats while the logo of the Suzuki is placed in the centre. The TVC also clearly shows the headlamps of the hatchback that look quite smart. The S-Presso is designed for the youths and the quirky bits like the headlamps and the crossover-inspired design of the car is something that is expected to attract the youths. The all-new S-Presso will also get crossover-inspired features like a skid plate in the front and the rear. Also, the wheel arches look flared that adds muscle to the overall design of the vehicle.
As seen in the video, even the top-end version of the S-Presso will get wheel covers instead of the alloy wheels. Also, the turn indicators are placed on the body itself instead of getting integrated into the ORVMs. Such bits indicates that the upcoming S-Presso will be priced quite attractively in the market and even the top-end version will get a competitive price tag. From the side, the S-Presso looks like a mini-Vitara Brezza. It gets a flat bonnet and the A-Pillar is upright too. At the rear, the tail lamps of the upcoming S-Presso get a C-Shaped stop lamp. The indicator and the reverse lamp are positioned within the C-Shape.
The cabin of the S-Presso gets a funky design. The dashboard gets highlights of the body colour with a circular element in the middle. The SmartPlay infotainment system is positioned in the middle of this. The dials are located in the lower part of the dashboard. Even the seats of the car get the body-coloured highlights that add a sense of youthfulness to the car. We can expect that the top-end variant will get the 7.0-inch infotainment system and automatic climate control. Apart from that, all the other standard features like a driver-side airbag, ABS+EBD, reverse parking sensors, seatbelt reminder and speed warning system will be available across the variants. The top-end variant may get extra features like reverse camera and dual airbags among others.
The all-new S-Presso will be available in four different trim levels. It will be sold through the Maruti Suzuki Arena dealership network. Also, it will become the first Maruti Suzuki car to offer the BS6 compliant 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine. The engine will generate a maximum power of 68 PS and will get a 5-speed manual transmission as standard. However, there will be optional AMT automatic transmission available too.
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