Next generation Suzuki Vitara is slated to make its world premiere this October. The official launch will of the new model will take place in the second quarter of 2020.
Maruti Suzuki launched the updated Maruti Vitara Brezza in the Indian market earlier this year. In the meanwhile, in the global market, Suzuki is moving toward the debut of the all-new Suzuki Vitara. The new Vitara will get an array of cosmetic and mechanic updates. It is expected that Suzuki will organize the new Vitara a world premiere in October this year and the official launch will be slated for the Q2 2021.
Suzuki Vitara is slated to break the cover this October
On the outside, 2020 Suzuki Vitara is expected to come with some minor updates. The front end of the new Vitara will be on the frontline of the upcoming revision. However, details about the new updates are not officially revealed yet. As for the dimensions, the Suzuki Vitara is likely to get slightly larger. The length, width and height of the new Vitara are expected to measure around 4,200 mm, 1,780 mm and 1,620 mm, respectively. On the other hand, the wheelbase is likely to stay the same at 2,500 mm. The extended dimensions will translate into better interior cabin space.
About the interior, it remains to be seen if Suzuki wants to add any new element to the mix. Nevertheless, it is safe to say that the new Suzuki Vitara will see improvements in terms of convenience and comfort. The safety and connectivity of the 2021 Suzuki Vitara are two other important aspects that the Suzuki will focus on.
The international-spec 2021 Suzuki Vitara will derive power from a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine
Under the hood, the international-spec Suzuki Brezza will be powered by a 1.4-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged Boosterjet petrol engine. Mated to either a manual or an automatic torque converter transmission, this engine generates a top power of 253 Nm and a maximum torque of 253 Nm. In addition, these powertrains will come with a 48-volt SHVS mild-hybrid system which is currently available on the outgoing Maruti Brezza. However, if launched in India, the Suzuki Vitara is likely to receive a more cost-effective 1.5-litre K15 engine. The same engine is widely used across Maruti Suzuki’s vehicles like the S Cross, Ciaz, Ertiga and Brezza. If launched in India, the Suzuki Vitara will lock horns with the likes of Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and Nissan Kicks