The recently updated version of the Maruti XL6 brought with it quite a few bold and modern elements in terms of exterior design. This concept takes things to a whole new level.
Maruti XL6 has been made even more attractive in this widebody concept. The slightly premium version of the Ertiga is a popular MPV in our market. The updated model has plenty of chrome elements on the exterior to attract more customers. Bimble Designs have developed a widebody track-ready version of the XL6 in digital format. Let us check out the intricacies of this unique version.
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Widebody Concept of Maruti XL6
The video represents the design details of the XL6 in the widebody format. The front end looks quite adventurous with red inserts on the chrome grille flanked by tweaked LED headlamps, a blacked-out grille with a honeycomb pattern, a slightly scooped bonnet, and massive air vents and radiator grille on the bumper with red inserts and a black splitter for enhanced aerodynamics. The front section imparts quite a bold and aggressive outlook to the MPV that, sort of, shoves it into the SUV territory.
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The sides are greatly and visibly altered to give the regular MPV a widebody appearance. To begin with, the wheel arches have been squared off and extended out of the body. They are finished in carbon fibre. The black theme continues on the sides too with a black mark on the fender and ORVMs. The side pillars are done in black along with the roof rails. Towards the end, the floating roof effect is created using a black and red colour theme. The door handles are body coloured too. The widebody concept makes the car look a bit low too. That is done to enhance the driving and handling characteristics. The tail section carries this carbon fibre design as well.
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The regular Maruti XL6 comes with an updated 1.5-litre K-Series petrol engine with Progressive Smart Hybrid Technology that outputs 103 PS and 136.8 Nm of peak power and torque. This hybrid powertrain ensures an impressive mileage of a little over 20 km/l for manual as well as automatic version. Speaking of transmission options, the XL6 comes with either a 5-speed manual or a new 6-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters. The prices of the 2022 Maruti XL6 range between Rs 11.29 lakh and Rs 14.55 lakh, ex-showroom. Let us know your thoughts regarding this unique widebody concept of the Maruti XL6.