Maruti Suzuki recently unveiled its most expensive offering to date, the premium hybrid MPV Invicto. The model is based on the Toyota Innova Hycross and has quickly gained a large following in the country. While the new MPV bears a striking resemblance to the Innova Hycross, it features a few minor design changes on the front and sides to set it apart. Given the popularity of this new MPV, one of the many talented digital artists in the country recently shared their rendition of the Invicto transformed into an extreme purpose-built off-roader.
The video rendering of the Maruti Suzuki Invicto transformed into a formidable off-roading vehicle has been shared on YouTube by Bagrawala Designs on their channel. It begins with a glimpse of the MPV’s front and then showcases the entire modified Invicto. It’s worth noting that the entire vehicle has been lifted using a massive lift kit and outfitted with a widebody kit. The front is dominated by a colossal metal bumper with two shackles, along with four LED yellow lights integrated into the front grille. Additionally, a thick bullbar and a winch are visible on the front of this Invicto.
Moving to the side of the rendered Invicto, we can observe that the artist has added massive fender flares and fitted it with extremely thick off-road tires wrapped around small alloy wheels. The side steps and skirts have also been reinforced to enhance the vehicle’s rugged stance. Similar to the front fenders, the rear fenders have been upgraded to thicker ones as well.
In addition to these modifications, the MPV has been equipped with a roof rack featuring a large snow box. Furthermore, a wide LED light bar and a snorkel are present in the rendered version of the Maruti Suzuki Invicto. Shifting focus to the rear of the car, we can see that the Invicto has been given a tube-style tire carrier along with a massive metal bumper. While the stock Invicto places the spare tire underneath the car, this rendering showcases it mounted at the rear. Overall, this rendering appears incredibly realistic, and if someone with deep pockets desires to bring it to life, it is achievable.
The Maruti Suzuki Invicto comes equipped with a robust hybrid system, featuring a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with an electric motor. The combined output stands at 184 horsepower, coupled to an e-CVT. The Invicto is the first Maruti Suzuki vehicle to be exclusively available in hybrid and automatic variants. It also boasts an electric-only mode in addition to being a powerful hybrid. It claims a 0-100kph time of 9.5 seconds and a fuel economy of 23.24 kpl. Based on the monocoque chassis utilizing Toyota’s TNGA-C ‘High’ platform, the Maruti Suzuki Invicto shares the same foundation as the Toyota Innova Hycross. The front wheels are driven by a transversely placed engine.