The 2022 Maruti Brezza is expected to go on sale around June and will receive several modifications inside and out with a new transmission
Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) is gearing up for a big update on the hugely popular Vitara Brezza. The compact SUV seems to have lost its Vitara prefix and can only be called Brezza in its new incarnation. The brand new Brezza is expected to be based on the same Global C platform but the potential structural improvements and ratios will remain the same.
The five-seater SUV took the mantle from Ford EcoSport since its launch in early 2016 and continues to be one of the top sellers in its segment. In response to the growing competition, there will be plenty of updates inside and outside the 2022 Brezza, and leaked images of the production model give us a glimpse of what to expect.
Exterior with new grille section, flatter bonnet structure, new LED headlights with LED daytime running lights, slicker LED tail lamps, resized front and rear bumpers, redesigned two-tone 16-inch alloy wheels, redesigned front with new paint Got fascia. Schemes, etc. The silhouette will be maintained from the distinctive long pillars and outgoing models.
In the interior, the country’s largest carmaker, the 2022 Breza, has implemented a lot of changes due to a thoroughly upgraded list of features. For the first time, it will be offered with a sunroof while the center console and dashboard will also be brand new. It will have some similarities with the recently launched Baleno Facelift.
Some highlighting features include a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system with SmartPlay Pro +, HUD, a 360-degree camera system, connector technology, a new flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted controls, an updated instrument console, improved surface materials. And plastic. Quality, six airbags, heel hold function, and so on.
Underneath the bonnet, the 2022 Maruti Suzuki Brezza will continue to be powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder K15B petrol engine but light-hybrid technology could be improved. It will be paired with a five-speed manual transmission when a new six-speed torque converter with the existing four-speed AT pedal shifter is ditched for the AT (the first one for a Maruti Suzuki model). A CNG variant is also expected to be available.