Maruti Grand Vitara Unveiling: Mileage of 27.97kmpl and this smart hybrid SUV charges itself, Expected price Rs 9.5 lakh

Grand Vitara, based on the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder, has been introduced in India. There is a tremendous craze among Indian customers about this, because it has fresh design and tremendous power.

The pre-bookings for the Grand Vitara have started from Rs 11,000 and it is expected to replace the S-Cross. The prices of the Grand Vitara are expected to be revealed in August.

The estimated price of Grand Vitara can be Rs 9.5 lakh (ex-showroom). In this, the company is also offering features like ventilated seats, multiple driving modes.

The new Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara 2022 is powered by a lithium-ion battery. It also has a motor and a petrol engine is also installed. The battery in it charges itself.

Grand Vitara will have two engine options. One 1.5-liter mild hybrid engine and a new 1.5-liter strong hybrid engine. It will get the option of 5-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmission

The mild hybrid engine will generate 100 PS and 135 Nm of torque and the strong hybrid engine will generate 115 PS of power. The Strong Hybrid will get a mileage of 27.97 kmpl and the rest 21.11 kmpl

The interiors will be available in a dual-tone theme. The Strong Hybrid variant gets seats in faux black leather with champagne gold accents, while the Smart Hybrid variant will get silver accents.

For safety, the SUV has 6 airbags ESP, hill hold assist, rear disc brake, hill descent control and TPMS. Apart from this, there is a digital cluster, Nexawave grille, 17-inch alloy wheels.

Panoramic sunroof, NEXTre 3D LED tail lamp, 360 degree camera, ventilated seat, 7 inch multi info display, heads up display, wireless charger, Suzuki Connect in built features are also present.

Features like heads-up display, wireless charger, 360-degree parking camera and connected car technology, ambient lighting, front ventilated seats, and 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system

The new Vitara will be available with Suzuki's All-Grip AWD (AWD) system, which will automatically transmit torque to the rear wheels when slip is detected.

The Grand Vitara gets an up-front, split headlamp design. It also has projector headlamps with LED daytime running lamps. There are sleek LED tail lamps at the rear.

Along with this, the company also launched Nexaverse. The company said that the new Grand Vitara can be seen on the Nexaverse and will also be able to book