Maruti Suzuki's Big Reveal - 8 Game-Changing Cars Launching by 2028

Written By  Aquib Nawab

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Maruti Suzuki’s ambition

Maruti Suzuki India Limited, the leading car manufacturer in the country, has introduced its Vision 3.0 Strategy. This strategic vision entails the company's ambitious plan to launch a total of eight new car models within the upcoming four years.

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1. Swift and Dzire (YED)

Maruti Suzuki plans to launch redesigned Swift and Dzire models (YED) in late 2024 or early 2025. The Swift will feature an overhaul with new design, features, and a 1.2-liter petrol engine, while the Dzire will receive aesthetic updates, including chrome accents and lighter interior shades.

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2. eVX all-electric SUV

In September-October 2024, Maruti Suzuki will reveal the eVX, a mid-size all-electric SUV to rival the Hyundai Creta EV and MG Astor. It boasts a born-electric design, seats five, offers two battery options for a 550 km range, and features an all-new electric platform.

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3. Y17 – Three-row SUV

Maruti Suzuki aims to launch a 3-row SUV, codenamed Y17, in Q1 2025. It will offer petrol, CNG, and hybrid powertrains, produced at the Kharkhoda plant, and compete with rivals like XUV700, Alcazar, and Safari.

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4. K-EV – Most Affordable Electric Offering

In 2026, Maruti Suzuki plans to introduce its most affordable electric vehicle in India, named K-EV. Set to launch in April-May 2026, this electric hatchback will be built on the EWX platform and aims to compete with the popular Tiago EV in the Indian market.

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5. YMC – First Electric MPV

In September 2026, Maruti Suzuki will launch its inaugural electric MPV, codenamed YMC, with shared EV architecture from Toyota. This upscale and practical all-electric MPV will share components, including the electric powertrain and batteries, with the eVX model.

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6. YDB – Spacia-based Compact MPV

Maruti Suzuki plans to introduce a compact MPV, the YDB, in 2026, based on the Suzuki Spacia. This model will compete in the compact people mover segment, potentially challenging Nissan's affordable 7-seater MPV, which is based on the Renault Triber.

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7. Y43 – Sub-Compact SUV

Maruti Suzuki is also developing a sub-compact SUV, codenamed Y43, set to debut in Q3 2026. Positioned below the Brezza, it will enter the sub-four-metre SUV market and take on competitors like the Tata Punch and Citroen C3.

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