Maruti Suzuki has recently registered three new names for its upcoming models.
India’s largest automaker Maruti Suzuki is not offering any diesel car in our market at the moment, but the carmaker has some big plans for India. Maruti Suzuki has recently registered three different trademarks, which will go by the name Espaco, Libertas and Solido. This can be the names of future Maruti cars. All these names have been issued by Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) on August 13 and got approved on September 14.
The new names Maruti has registered sounds quite unique. The first name automaker has registered is Solido, which is an Italian word for solid. A few speculations suggest that Maruti is working on the 7-seater version of WagonR, which is likely to rub shoulders with the likes of Renault Triber. This name can also be used for the electric version of WagonR.
The second name Maruti has registered is Espaco, which is the Portuguese name for space. The carmaker could possibly use this name for a spacious SUV.
Reports suggest that Toyota and Maruti are planning to introduce an all-new MPV in 2023, which will sit above Ertiga in the company’s stable. It could also be used with an all-electric power plant and the name could transform to eSpaco. The third name automaker has registered is Libertas, which is roman for liberty. It would be quite interesting to see how the automaker uses this name. Currently, there are a number of products on which Maruti is working and we can see a lot of them in real by the end of this year.
Maruti has plans to introduce an updated version of Celerio, which is expected to hit the Indian shores by the upcoming festive season. The 2021 Maruti Celerio will be based on the company’s Heartect platform. Many Maruti cars are based on this platform namely- S-Presso, Ignis, Wagon R, Dzire, Swift, Baleno, S-Cross, Ertiga and XL6. The Heartect platform offers benefits like improved safety, higher fuel efficiency, and enhanced driving performance.