Suzuki is taking a shot at the next- gen Alto. Reports suggest that the next- gen Suzuki Alto will make its worldwide introduction in October 2019. The primary ever Alto was divulged all around in October 1979, which will turn 40 in October 2019. The organization expects to plan to divulge the next- gen Alto on the 40th commemoration of the prevalent nameplate.
The India- spec Maruti Alto 800 is totally not quite the same as the International- spec Alto. The current- gen Alto for the Japanese market was uncovered in October 2014 and is controlled by a 66- cc motor in various conditions of tune. The report further cases that the next- gen Suzuki Alto will be founded on the fresh out of the box new HEARTECT platform that supports a wide scope of Suzuki autos including Baleno, Swift and Ignis. Truth be told, the as of late propelled new- gen Maruti Wagon R depends on a similar design. The new Heartect stage is lighter and stiffer, which should upgrade the general execution of the new Suzuki Alto. In fact, the energetic Suzuki Alto 'Works' could perform far better with a 64 bhp, 660 cc motor. This lively variation is probably going to touch base in 2020.
In India, the current Maruti Suzuki Alto was propelled in 2012 and is set to get a full- display change at some point this year or right on time one year from now. The present model won't clear the up and coming accident test standards that become effective in October 2019. The following model will get airbags, ABS with EBD, safety belt update, speed alarm and back stopping sensors as standard wellbeing highlights.
The Alto is Maruti Suzuki’s entry- level offering in the Indian four- wheeler market that comes priced between Rs 2.53 lakh and Rs 3.83 lakh (ex- showroom, New Delhi) and is one of the most popular hatchbacks in its segment. It is available in five different variants- Standard, LXi, LXi (O), VXi and VXi (O). The CNG version, on the other hand, is only available in LXi and LXi (O) variants. The Alto received a facelift in 2017 and now sports a revised front fascia with a slimmer front grille and headlamp, and a larger air intake. Its cabin gets fabric upholstery for the seats and door pads along with front power windows and a central locking system. ORVMs (outside rear view mirrors) and full wheel caps are also a part of the package. Maruti Suzuki is readying the BSVI-compliant Alto 800 model well before the deadline of April, 2020 and the carmaker has also ruled out plans of an electric version of its Alto in the near future citing high input costs. The new model is destined to accompany hybrid like styling and highlight stacked lodge to contend well against any semblance of Renault Kwid, Hyundai Eon and Datsun Redi- GO. The new model could likewise get the new 660 cc petroleum motor, which will be more dominant than the current 800 cc motor. Stay tuned to V3cars.com for further updates on the upcoming Maruti Suzuki Alto in India.