The upcoming new 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto is spied on during a TVC shoot and photos are leaked.
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. is planning to launch the micro hatch Alto in a new avatar. The launch is very close and the 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto is spied on during a TVC shoot and the photo got leaked. The overview of the outer gives glimpses of the Celerio, the launch of this micro hatch is reportedly in August 2022.
Similar to the other cars, the 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto will also be based on Maruti’s HEARTECT platform that underpins the S-Presso, Celerio, Baleno, and Wagon R. This platform is quite popular in Maruti’s lineup and provides a perfect combination of performance and mileage. In fact, the Ertiga and XL6 are also based on a slightly different version of the HEARTECT platform
With these glimpses, we could say the 2022 Alto will be taller and wider than the outgoing model, resulting in more space in the cabin. The styling elements are considered underpinning from the Maruti Suzuki Celerio, we would expect the front facia will be majorly inspired by the Celerio hatch. The tyres will be of 13-inches and no alloy wheels option will be provided. As seen in the pictures, there is no rear window wiper and a defogger is available.
In the new 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto, both the bumper, window glass area, headlights, and tail lights will be newly designed. Inside the car, we’ll get to see a new dashboard design with a touchscreen infotainment system with connectivity features, a semi-digital instrument cluster, keyless entry, and an engine push start/stop button.
In engine and powertrains, the 2022 Alto car will be offered with two engine options – one is a 796cc, 3-Cylinder petrol engine, and a 1.0L K10C Petrol. The engine specs are to be 47 bhp of power and 69 Nm of peak torque for the 0.8L engine and 67 bhp of max power and 89 Nm of peak torque for the 1.0L, K10C engine. With both the engine, MT and AMT transmission options will be likely offered. By seeing the popularity of the CNG variant, Maruti would bring the 2022 Alto CNG version also in near future.
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