2022 Maruti Vitara Brezza to get sunroof and paddle shifter

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The 2022 Maruti Vitara Brezza will probably launch around June and will probably be equipped with a new six-speed torque converter AT.

The heavily updated version of the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is expected to go on sale later this year. The compact SUV has been around for over six years and the upcoming update will be the biggest of its lifetime. As competition in the sub-4m SUV space intensifies and grows faster, Maruti Suzuki is certainly responding with more advanced models.

First, it could be called Breza and a thorough refinement with newly designed headlamps, new LED daytime running lights, updated fog lamp housing, expanded central air intake, restored chrome grille section, newly designed two-tone 16-inch alloy. Gets front fascia. Wheels, tweaked tails, updated wrapped LED tail lamps, new rear bumpers, etc.

While retaining tall columns and steep profiles, the visual changes bring a fresh look. The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Breza continues to be built based on the Global Sea architecture but will probably be updated for enhanced rigidity with the use of strong steel in construction and will not be surprised to find it five stars in the Global NCAP test.

2022 Wind inside Maruti

The existing model is one of the safest Maruti Suzuki cars with a safety rating of four stars. The overall build quality of the upcoming Brazer is expected to be further improved but there is no doubt that there has been no dimensional change. The interior will be a complete makeover compared to the exterior models using more premium surface trim and materials.

The dashboard and center console features a new flat-bottom steering wheel like the Baleno and Swift, an updated semi-digital instrument console, a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system with SmartPlay Pro + connectivity, OTR updates, automatically. Climate control, head-up display, a 360-degree camera system, new seat upholstery, six airbags, sunroof, and more.

As for performance, the existing 1.5-liter four-cylinder K15B petrol engine is expected to keep up with the advanced hybrid technology. It will be paired with a new six-speed torque converter automatic transmission (first for Maruti) with a five-speed manual transmission and pedal shifter. It will probably be the first compact SUV to receive CNG treatment.

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