Maruti Suzuki launched the much-awaited S-Presso hatchback in India on the 30th of September. Design with SUV traits in mind, the S-Presso chiefly rivals the Renault Kwid in its segment among other cars like the Datsun Go. One of the major talking points of the S-Presso has been its design language, which has a lot of opinions divided over it. While the car sure looks butch and carries a muscular stance, a lot of people are apparently not pleased with its proportions among other design elements. For the same, here are three renders which show different forms of the S-Presso that could possibly be made. Let’s now check out three different types of S-Presso designs.
Clean and Rugged
This render by Yogi Sejwal Design shows how the S-Presso could look like if it is given a cleaner exterior design along with a few other butch elements. The front end of the car now looks much more stylish with clean and straight lines and a sleek grille that runs between the LED DRLs. The headlamps have been placed below in Tata Harrier style which immediately makes it look attractive. The lower bumper is a new unit with a skid plate underneath while the sides feature black body cladding all around. Finishing off the whole look are those huge off-road spec tires and multi-spoke alloys.
Pickup trucks have never been very popular in India except for the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross which has found a decent amount of buyers among the off-road and adventure enthusiasts. Nonetheless, here we are with a pick-truck style render of the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso by SRK Designs . The front end of the car now features a new bumper and a sleek grille along with a wired metal grille placed on top of the headlights. The lower end of the car features grey paint shade while the fenders are topped off with nut to enhance the aggressiveness of the vehicle’s design. The roof now features two auxiliary lights and the car runs on a beefier setup of wheels.
Maruti Suzuki makes a slightly rugged version of the Celerio which is sold as the Celerio X in the market. This render by IAB takes inspiration from the same and gives a S-Presso that has been spruced up slightly for a more rugged look. The front-end gets a bolder looking skid plate while the dual-tone treatment to the bumper further makes it attractive. The sides get plastic cladding on the wheel arches and S-Presso X stickers have been put on the sides. The stock alloy wheels, which are black in colour have been replaced with new gunmetal alloy wheels. Other visual changes include blacked-out ORVMs, blacked-out roof and roof rails.