Maruti Suzuki has recently added a new variation of its Ertiga XL6-based XL7 to the ongoing Indonesia International Motor Show (IIMS) in Jakarta. This new top-end variation is known as Alpha FF, with FF standing for “Finest Form,” and it receives the same enhancements as the Suzuki Ertiga Sport FF, which was on display at the GIIAS 2021. The XL7 appears sportier in this new top-tier guise, with several visual tweaks inside and out. (peytonsplaceanimalrescue.org)
While the overall design is similar to the existing model, sporty components such as blacked-out front grille panels, lower front bumper, fog light enclosures, claddings on wheel arches and door sills, ORVMs, and pillars are added. It also sports a blacked-out roof and a roof-mounted spoiler, all of which contribute to its athletic image. Red highlights in the front bumper’s air dam, wing mirrors, door sill claddings, and spoiler lip add to the sporty blacked-out elements.
Roof rails, dual-tone alloy wheels with a star-studded pattern, and L-shaped LED tail lamps are among the exterior elements. Despite the addition of gloss black sporty parts, Suzuki lavished chrome on door handles, the front grille emblem and character line, tailgate licence plate surrounds, and XL7 branding. The tailgate is even emblazoned with chrome “Limited” badging, signifying that this is a limited edition model, with only 150 units available in Indonesia.
The inside has a sleek all-black theme with red accents on the seat cushions and knob encasings. The seats have been upholstered in environmentally friendly leather. The package includes a new sound system with a Soundstream digital sound processor, smart digital temperature management, and a leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel.
It will almost certainly be powered by the same 1.5-litre K15B naturally aspirated petrol engine, which generates 104 horsepower and 138 Nm of peak torque when mated to a 5-speed manual or 4-speed torque converter automatic transmission.
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