Maruti WagonR Rendered Into A Crossover

by Jatin Chhibber | 10/09/2020
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Here’s a rendered Maruti WagonR, which has been converted into a crossover hatchback through a digital rendering

Last year, India’s biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki introduced the new-gen WagonR in the Indian market. It rivals with the likes of Hyundai Santro and Tata Tiago. The India-spec Maruti WagonR is quite different from the international model. The new-gen Maruti WagonR is bigger and more powerful than the previous-gen model. Moreover, it carries a modern design language and looks fresh. Alongside the regular hatchback, their crossover models are also preferred by a lot buyer. Cars like Tiago NRG, Ford Freestyle and Fiat Urban Cross are some good examples of crossover hatchbacks. Recently, our in-house designer Shoeb Kalania has recently created a new crossover version of the Maruti WagonR. Check out the video embedded below as it involves steps in the making of this digital render. 


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This rendered Maruti WagonR Cross looks very smart and butch compared to the regular model of the hatchback. The concept of crossover hatchback became popular in India because they offer higher ground clearance, which is quite useful in many parts of India. Talking about the Maruti WagonR Crossover, it gets a redesigned bumper along with big fog lamps and a lower honeycomb mesh grille. The fog lamps have been protected with metal bars, and it gives the car a more rugged appeal. A red coloured strip can also be seen running across the front headlamps to the shoulder line of the hatchback covering the whole body. Moreover, the side mirrors of the car have been painted in red colour shade.



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The fenders of the car have been extended by adding black strip above the wheel arches. It now sits on small off-road spec tyres with red inserts on the rims. The hatchback has been finished in mosaic grey colour shade, which looks quite appealing and gels up pretty well with the overall wild looks of the car. Mechanically, the hatchback is powered by a 1.1-litre and 1.2-litre petrol engine. The 1.2-litre petrol unit does duties in Maruti Ignis and Swift. Transmission duties are done by manual and automatic gearbox options. 

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