The Maruti S-Presso facelift has been digitally rendered by a prominent artist. The S-Presso is a micro-SUV which is significant popularity in our market. Recognizing that not everyone wishes to make a substantial investment in larger SUVs, car manufacturers introduce smaller cars with SUV-like designs, and the S-Presso exemplifies this trend. Introduced in September 2019, the S-Presso is now due for a mid-life facelift, inspiring the creation of this updated version. Let’s delve into the details.
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Maruti S-Presso Facelift Rendered
This illustration stems from SRK Designs on YouTube. In this rendition, the designer showcases their creativity on the standard S-Presso model. The front showcases sleek LED DRLs against black backgrounds with a black and chrome grille reminiscent of the Brezza. The primary headlamps are at the extreme edges of the bumper, along with by a substantial black radiator grille and a robust grey skid plate, adding a touch of ruggedness. On the sides, sporty black side body claddings complement dual-tone alloy wheels, while black side pillars and a black roof contribute to the overall aesthetic. In summary, this version of the S-Presso undeniably commands a formidable presence on the road.
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The Maruti S-Presso comes with a K10C Dual Jet Dual VVT petrol engine, producing a maximum power of 66 hp and a torque of 89 Nm. The transmission options include a 5-speed manual and an AMT gearbox. In terms of fuel efficiency, the updated micro-SUV achieves 25.30 km/l in the Vxi(O)/Vxi+(O) AGS trim, 24.76 km/l in the Vxi/Vxi+ MT trim, and 24.12 km/l in the Std/Lxi MT trim. Additionally, there is a CNG version available. The prices range from Rs 4.26 lakh to Rs 6.11 lakh. When the facelift arrives, it will command a premium over these prices.
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We are excited to present this captivating interpretation of the S-Presso. With the model set for a mid-life facelift, these alluring digital concepts provide viewers with a sneak peek into what the facelift might entail before its official launch. The micro-SUV segment is becoming increasingly competitive with the introduction of models like the Hyundai Exter, Tata Punch, and Citroen C3. To stay ahead in the competition, Maruti must consider upgrading the S-Presso promptly. We will closely monitor the latest developments in this dynamic space.
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