Update: Following closely on the heels of the release of the Vitara Brezza’s teaser images, the brand’s official Youtube channel has revealed the front fascia of the upcoming compact crossover in a teaser video.
The video, apart from almost entirely revealing the face of the car also throws light on a few other details. Notable elements include:
A projector headlamp in a chrome bezel with an LED DRL
A single slat front grille with generous lashings of chrome forming an H. Turn indicators in a separate housing and Round fog lamps below
A honeycomb mesh separating the bumper and contrasting black plastic under cladding up front
5×2 spoke alloy wheels
Contrasting black coloured ORVMs with mounted turn indicators
A chrome slat at the rear with Vitara Brezza engraving
And finally the video almost entirely reveals the shape and proportions of the car from underneath a fluttering silken cover
Maruti Suzuki has teased the Vitara Brezza once again. A teaser image of the upcoming compact SUV has been released by the company which reveals a part of the front fascia including the headlight cluster and the grille. This upcoming sub 4 metre compact SUV will be sold through regular Maruti outlets instead of the premium Nexa outlets.
Maruti Suzuki released a sketch of the Vitara Brezza earlier this month and according to some reports, it might be launched as soon as a month after the Auto Expo. The Vitara Brezza project has been completely undertaken by Maruti’s engineers in India, sans the involvement of Suzuki, its parent company. Code-named the YBA, it was spotted in India on various occasions in an un-camouflaged state.
Rivals to the Vitara Brezza would be the Ford Ecosport, the Mahindra TUV 300 and an upcoming sub-4 metre SUV from Hyundai. The Vitara Brezza would be positioned below the S-cross in the Maruti line-up.
Powering the Vitara Brezza would be a 1.3 litre diesel engine sourced from Fiat while the petrol variants would include a 1.4 litre and a 1.2 litre engine. Transmission duties would be performed by a 5 speed manual transmission. Expected to join in later through the vehicle’s life cycle is a CVT transmission and a SHVS micro-hybrid engine.
Stay tuned to Motoroids as we bring you the debut of the Vitara Brezza apart from the various other launches live from the Auto Expo.
In the meantime, let us know what you feel about this upcoming sub- 4 metre compact sedan from the house of Maruti through the comments section below.