Another new year has come by and how! One wonders, what could possibly be a better start to a brand new year than hitting the one glorious place on earth that’s a Mecca for car launches and the unveiling of new-age automotive technology, in this part of the subcontinent? So on the one hand, there’s the Berlin auto show. On the other, there’s the Geneva Car Show. We swear by the Paris Motor Show and cannot take our eyes off the Munich Motor Show. But what can be better than the AutoExpo in India?
Among the most sought after and widely-visited auto exhibitions in the world, there’s a boundless thrill and never any dearth of energy at the AutoExpo, the “go-to” event for car enthusiasts, exhibitors and the melange of technology and design. Well, here’s a word of thrill and promise. Watch out for Maruti cars at AutoExpo 2020 this year. Chances are, you’ll be surprised in leaps and bounds.
Yes, you read that right. And let it be reminded, 17 different variants are only the number from one particular carmaker. It’s considered a brand that’s long served India for decades together and is still going strong. It’s a carmaker that has epitomized the aspirations and dreams of the famous Indian middle-class.
At the same time, it was always that brand that long advertised and marketed the one core albeit highly relatable brand value that exemplified its cars. Well, one doesn’t have to go that far to understand that it’s ‘mileage!’
Now, in an era where sophisticated car design matters as much as core values like luxury and comfort, one wonders what all could one see given there’s so much talk about the Maruti cars at AutoExpo 2020?
Noted auto portal Carwale shared some insights as to what might be on offer in the upcoming days at the event where most would be hooked on to:
In addition to the above-mentioned cars, Maruti Suzuki will also showcase the latest versions of the Celerio, S-Presso, WagonR, Swift, Dzire, Baleno, Ertiga, Ciaz S, S-Cross, and the XL6. The Maruti pavilion will be divided into four zones and will be conceptualized around the famous Japanese Origami art.
That being told, the facelift versions of both the Vitara Brezza and the Ignis will be on display. It’s believed that the rugged SUV styling of these cars is likely to catch the fancy of the auto enthusiast in an event that’s truly not to be missed.
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Well, what’s rather fascinating about the Maruti cars at AutoExpo 2020 is the news that the famous carmaker will have an extensive pavilion to itself. In fact, the Maruti pavilion will most likely be divided into four zones and what’s exciting is that it will feature the Japanese Origami Art.
But all that said, it may not be incorrect to state that while there’ll be a lot of attention hovering around the likes of the new “facelift” versions of its cars, one among the brand new facets would be the Japanese-spec Suzuki Swift Hybrid, which powered by a 10kW electric motor, delivers a fuel economy of 32 kmpl.