The facelifted Maruti Vitara Brezza is expected to make its debut at the 2020 Auto Expo. Before this, some images of the compact SUV have been leaked. Let’s pay a visit to the vehicle.
Despite the fierce competition in the Indian compact SUV segment, the Maruti Vitara Brezza has been maintained its position as one of the top-selling vehicles in its segment. Since its debut in 2016 Auto Expo, the Vitara Brezza has not received any updates. After four years, the largest Indian auto manufacturer will display the facelifted Maruti Vitara Brezza at 2020 Auto Expo. Up to now, several images of this new vehicle have been leaked. Let’s see what it looks like-
The new Maruti Vitara Brezza will witness the most remarkable changes in the front.
Although many previous images show the new Vitara Brezza under camouflage, this series of images show the vehicle without camouflage and exactly disclose its design. The front is where the new Maruti Vitara Brezza receives the most remarkable alterations. These include a new grille which has the same size but a brand-new design in comparison with that of the previous version. The car comes with a new set of headlights with LED DRLs; this is the new feature which is most attention-catching. The front bumper has been redesigned to house wider fog lights.
The side profile of the new car does not experience any tweaks apart from a new set of alloy wheels which is quite appealing. The production model is expected to come with the same set of rims.The rear of the vehicle is not shown in the pictures; nevertheless, not many alterations are expected to happen to this part. The taillights and the bumper are expected to be updated; in the meanwhile, the tailgate and other parts will likely be kept intact.
As regards the interior, the alterations include a redesigned instrument cluster, new seat coverings, upgraded infotainment system and several pieces of additional equipment. The connected infotainment system is also expected to be equipped on the new Vitara Brezza since it has already been present on the Hyundai venue.
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The Indian largest automaker has officially announced that the diesel motor options will be discontinued from the lineup of the company after the new BSVI emission standards take effect in April 2020. The new Vitara Brezza will receive its power from only one motor options, the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol motor, which also serves as the power source for the Maruti Ertiga and the Ciaz. In the future, the 1.5-litre oil burner will also be introduced on the compact SUV but this has yet to be officially confirmed by the manufacturer.