As India’s largest passenger vehicle manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki is committed to expanding its portfolio. They are going to increase the enthusiasm of the buyers several times by launching multiple models in the next one or two years. Meanwhile, Maruti will launch their new MPV model Invicto in the Indian market today. Later, the Indo-Japanese company is preparing to bring four more new cars. The list of five upcoming vehicles includes two SUVs and an electric model. Let’s know about them in detail.
Maruti Suzuki Invicto
Maruti’s new premium MPV Invicto will be launched in the country today. The car will only come with a 2.0 liter strong hybrid petrol engine. It is actually a rebadged version of Toyota Innova Hycross. But with this, a slight change in the design of the Maruti model will be noticed. The Maruti Suzuki Invicto will be launched today with a black theme in the cabin and almost identical features to the Innova Hycross.
The new generation Maruti Suzuki Swift
A recent report claimed that the new generation model of Maruti Suzuki Swift will make its debut in the global market later this year. It will come with a whole new set of components inside and out. The car is likely to get a new 1.2 liter strong hybrid petrol engine to provide the power to move forward.
The new generation Maruti Suzuki Dzire
Like its hatchback sibling, the fourth generation Maruti Suzuki Dzire is set to get a strong hybrid petrol engine. Both the models are claimed to deliver a mileage of 35-40 km/litre. The new model of Dzire will be launched in the second half of 2024. The car will compete with the new generation Honda Amaze.
Maruti Suzuki eVX
Maruti’s electric model eVX Concept, which was showcased at the Auto Expo this year, will be unveiled in late 2024. Testing of the car has already started on European roads. Its top-variant can get a range of 500 km on a full charge. The car will come based on a separate skateboard platform. It will be launched in the country in early 2025.
7-Seater Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara
Maruti Suzuki will introduce the new version of the Grand Vitara with three rows of seats in the middle of this decade. The car has rival models in the market – the upcoming Citroen C3 Aircross 7-seater, MG Hector Plus, Tata Safari and Hyundai Alcazar. The car is expected to come with the existing 1.5-litre mild hybrid petrol and 1.5-litre strong hybrid petrol engines.