Maruti Suzuki Vitara mid-size SUV has been spotted in Gurugram. It could be Maruti’s answer to the mega-popular Hyundai Creta, which is also the highest-selling SUV in the country in terms of monthly sales by a huge margin. The mid-size SUV segment is entirely dominated by the Koreans with products like the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos. Maruti has not had a product in this space for quite some time now. The Maruti Vitara SUV spotted in Gurugran near the manufacturing plant of the carmaker could be a sign of things to come. Although it isn’t the only possibility because Maruti also makes many international models to export to other markets from India, Maruti could also potentially do testing for components for the upcoming Brezza facelift, S-Cross facelift or there might actually be a mid-size SUV in the form of Vitara in the market soon. Let us check out the details.
Maruti Vitara SUV Spotted
The SUV is in a black colour scheme. It is being transported somewhere on a flatbed truck. Hence, the images show the SUV in its full glory. There is no camouflage around the SUV which renders an unobstructed view. From the images, it could be concluded that the overall silhouette of the SUV remains almost similar to the one we have seen the Grand Vitara of the past. It also resembles the design language of the carmaker in the international market. It is a bit longer than the Brezza but features a split-taillamp pattern, relatively simpler alloy wheels, not a busy side profile, blacked-out A, B and C-pillars, integrated roof-mounted spoiler, sporty and chunky read skid plate.
The front part is covered in a little camouflage but the bonnet design is still visible. The headlamp design also remains conventional as we have seen on the international model. It is integrated into the front grille pattern. The front grille is also something we have seen of the Brezza too with a vertical slated design pattern. The fog lamps are housed on either side of the sporty bumper. The updated Maruti Vitara Brezza in the Indian market is about to receive a facelift soon. What is more interesting is the fact that Maruti might bring back its diesel engine in the Brezza.