Maruti S-Presso R-Urban Concept – Idea for facelift
Maruti S-Presso is a popular entry-level micro SUV that has found massive traction in mostly semi-rural environments in India.
This R-Urban concept of the Maruti S-Presso offers great ideas for developing the facelift version. The main attraction of the S-Presso is its micro SUV silhouette at an affordable price. People looking to buy an SUV with a big presence on the road without burning their pockets go for this one. In this digital rendition of malvinwsetiawan on Instagram, a unique iteration of the S-Presso was shared focusing on the future of urban mobility.
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Maruti S-Presso Facelift Concept
A few distinct elements set it apart from the existing model. At the front, the bumper has been extended downwards, giving the micro SUV a typical city vibe. The grille on the hood is quite sleek, but there’s a massive grille underneath that features various design cues. It is flanked by vertical LED DRLs on either side accentuating its width. The bonnet is straight and the headlights are reminiscent of the regular S-Presso. On the sides there are new black alloy wheels and tri-color body graphics. Gray, black and lime colors provide a distinct flavor to the vehicle. The S-Presso etched on the side body panels is also neat.
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The Maruti S-Presso comes with the new next-generation K10C Dual Jet Dual VVT petrol engine which delivers a maximum of 66 hp and 89 Nm of power and torque respectively. There is the option of a 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox. The refined engine allows a mileage of 25.30 km/l in Vxi(O)/Vxi+(O) AGS, 24.76 km/l in Vxi/Vxi+ MT and 24.12 km/l in Std/Lxi MT. These high mileage figures are the main reason why people opt for the S-Presso in particular and Maruti Suzuki products in general. This Maruti S-Presso ranges from Rs 4.25 lakh to Rs 5.99 lakh, ex-showroom.
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MSIL has already recently introduced new features on the S-Presso to ensure that it stays fresh in the face of fierce competition. But we could see a real facelift in the coming months as the nation’s biggest automaker is updating much of its portfolio in our market to ensure it remains at the top of the sales charts. in the future.
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