Auto Expo 2023: Maruti Suzuki Satin Black Edition Grand Vitara Exposed
The largest automaker in the nation, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, has highlighted the Satin Black Editions of two of its most well-liked SUVs among the 16 vehicles on display at its stand at the Auto Expo 2023. A Grand Vitara and a Brezza painted in satin black were on exhibit by Maruti Suzuki. It should be mentioned that none of these automobiles will be offered for sale in the nation; rather, they are only display vehicles.
The only difference between these vehicles and ordinary production versions, in terms of adjustments, is the slick paint job. As previously said, customers will not be able to purchase the Satin Edition models, but they can acquire the Grand Vitara, which was just just introduced by the firm, in a basic gloss black colour.
Recently, the business unveiled the new “Black Edition” line for all Nexa items. The Pearl Midnight Black colour option will be available in all five Nexa models—the Ignis, Baleno, Ciaz, XL6, and Grand Vitara—Maruti Suzuki has announced. (Mathemania.com)
Nevertheless, the Brezza, a non-Nexa product, won’t have a Black Edition colour choice. Furthermore, it does not offer any shade of black in its standard palette of colour options.
At the event, Maruti also unveiled the CNG-equipped subcompact SUV Brezza, which was painted Satin Blue. The Ertiga CNG’s 1.5-liter K15 four-cylinder conventional petrol engine will power the Brezza CNG. This K-series engine has a standard output of 102 horsepower and 137 Nm. In the meanwhile, we are aware that the Ertiga CNG and the XL6 CNG generate about 87 horsepower and 121 Nm when operated in CNG mode. For the Brezza CNG, similar manufacturing levels are also projected.
The business also unveiled the Grand Vitara, its flagship SUV, in CNG-powered versions prior to the Auto Expo. Both the Delta and Zeta models of the new Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara CNG now come standard with a 5-speed manual transmission. The Grand Vitara CNG’s Zeta model is now available for purchase for Rs 14.84 lakh, while the Delta variant is priced at Rs 12.85 lakh.
The Grand Vitara CNG’s motor is built on the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder naturally aspirated K15C petrol engine that is currently available in the SUV’s pure-petrol variants. The Grand Vitara has a maximum power output of 87.83 PS and a maximum torque production of 121.5 Nm, just like the Brezza. The engine’s maximum output in pure-petrol mode is 100.6 PS and 136 Nm, which is around 2.5 PS less than the Grand Vitara’s gasoline-powered cousin.
The EV SUV idea called the “Emotional Versatile Cruiser,” or Concept eVX, was the brand’s other recent unveiling at the exhibition. The Concept eVX is the company’s imagined mid-size SUV that will go into production in 2025 and compete with models like the Hyundai Creta EV. The brand-new car, which sports a distinctive coupe-like SUV style, has been unveiled to demonstrate its dedication to environmentally friendly transportation.