Maruti Vitara Brezza, the subcompact SUV from the Indo-Japanese automaker, is ready to enter into its second generation early next year. Reports suggest that the model will drop the ‘Vitara’ prefix with the generation change and the new version will be named – 2022 Maruti Brezza. It’s likely to hit roads in the month of February. While its launch is a few months away, a latest digital rendering show possible design of its front and rear sections.
The rendered new 2022 Maruti Brezza carries a completely revised front fascia. It features a new grille, newly-designed LED projector headlamps , updated fog lamp assembly and a more pronounced bumper. It has black roof and roof rails along with a new set of alloy wheels and bold shoulder creases. The side profile is further adorned by blacked-out A, B and C pillars, blacked-out door moulding, squared wheel arches, body coloured door handles and rear view mirrors with integrated turn signals.
A few noticeable changes have been made to its rear profile as well. Compared to current generation, the new one has neatly designed, flatter rear sporting a new bumper with silver skid plate, wraparound taillamps and ‘Brezza’ badging on the boot door. Read – Maruti Suzuki To Launch 5 New SUVs In 3 Years
The latest spy images reveal that the new Maruti Brezza 2022 will come with a host of new features including an updated, bigger, free-standing touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, voice recognition and turn-by-turn navigation. Features such as connected car tech, a 360 degree camera, factory-fitted sunroof and wireless charging could be reserved for the higher trims. The SUV will also receive automatic AC unit and electrically adjustable ORVMs.
Under the hood, the new 2022 Maruti Brezza will employ the same 1.5L naturally aspirated petrol engine that does duty in the current model. Though, it’s rumoured to come with the stronger hybrid technology. In its current form, with 12V SHVS tech, it delivers power worth 104bhp and 138Nm of torque. Transmission options will include the same 5-speed manual and 4-speed torque convertor automatic units.