The Maruti S-Presso R-Urban concept provides excellent ideas for the facelift version’s development. The S-micro Presso’s SUV silhouette and low price point are its main selling points. It is chosen by buyers seeking an SUV with a strong road presence without breaking the bank. A special version of the S-Presso that focuses on the future of urban mobility has been shared on Instagram by malvinwsetiawan.
It can be distinguished from the current model by a few key features. The front bumper has been extended downward, giving the micro SUV a vibe more akin to a city car. A large radiator grille with numerous design elements is located below the sleek grille on the bonnet. Vertical LED DRLs on either side of it emphasise its width. The headlamps are reminiscent of the standard S-Presso, and the bonnet is upright. New black alloy wheels and tri-colored body graphics are present on the sides. The colours Lime, Black, and Grey give the car a unique flavour. Additionally, the S-Presso engraving on the side body panels is nicely done.
The next-generation K10C Dual Jet Dual VVT petrol engine that powers the Maruti S-Presso produces a maximum of 66 hp and 89 Nm of power and torque, respectively. A 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox are available. In Vxi(O)/Vxi+(O) AGS, 24.76 km/l in Vxi/Vxi+ MT, and 24.12 km/l in Std/Lxi MT, the refined engine allows for mileage of 25.30 km/l. People choose the S-Presso in particular and Maruti Suzuki products generally for these high mileage figures. Ex-showroom, the price of this Maruti S-Presso ranges from Rs. 4.25 lakh to Rs.
To keep the S-Presso innovative in the face of fierce competition, MSIL recently added a few new features to it. But given that the biggest automaker in the nation has been updating a significant portion of its product lineup in our market to ensure that it stays at the top of the sales charts moving forward, we might see a proper facelift in the upcoming months.