What will be special in Maruti’s hybrid MPV, when will it be launched?


auto news desk, Recently Maruti Suzuki has confirmed that it is going to launch a new 7 seater car. The upcoming car can be launched in the next two months. According to reports, Maruti Suzuki Chairman RC Bhargava said that Toyota will supply 9,000 to 10,000 units of the upcoming MPV car annually. The new car will be produced at Toyota’s Bidadi plant in Karnataka. Let us see more details of Maruti’s new 7 seater MPV.

Maruti Suzuki’s new car may be named Engage. The auto company has also taken the trademark of this name. It is also possible that this name will be used for the 7 seater version of the Grand Vitara. This car can be introduced in 2025. On the other hand, talking about the engagement, this will be the first cross badge given by Toyota to Maruti.

Maruti Engage: What will be special in this hybrid MPV of Maruti, when will it be launched - a1indiatime
Maruti Engage: Expected Specifications

Talking about the Maruti Engage, it could be a hybrid MPV. It can be sold from Nexa showrooms, which means its price is expected to be high. The power of a 2.0L powerful hybrid petrol engine can be given in Engage. The car with this engine is expected to deliver a mileage of 21 kmpl. It will be the flagship model of the company and will be the first Maruti car with ADAS technology.

Maruti and Toyota Alliance

Toyota already supplies Maruti cars like Baleno, Ciaz. At the same time, Maruti also sells Baleno under the name of Toyota Glanza. Earlier Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza was sold as Urban Cruiser. The Toyota Urban Cruiser also shares features and specifications with the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara.

10,000 cars will come every year

Toyota will supply only 10,000 units of the Maruti Engage every year. Seeing this, it does not seem that the upcoming car will be based on the Innova Highcross. Interestingly, Toyota has closed the bookings for the top-spec Strong Hybrid variant of the Innova Highcross.

Production is not happening due to supply issues. Apart from the Maruti Grand Vitara, Toyota’s Bidadi plant also produces the Innova Hycross, Hayrider and Fortuner.

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