2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto To Launch In August
Next month, Maruti Suzuki plans to introduce the new Alto. The Indian automaker has already started getting preparations for the crucial hatchback’s marketing campaigns. When launch day approaches, we anticipate Maruti to provide additional information and teasers. The Heartect platform from Maruti, which also supports the S-Presso and Celerio small cars, is anticipated to serve as the foundation for the new Alto. A few times, the next-generation Alto has been seen undergoing testing.
The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto’s overall silhouette resembles that of the current model quite a bit. The next Alto won’t take cues from SUVs but rather will maintain its hatchback heritage. The headlights on the front have a clamshell bonnet. A sizable mesh grille is included on the bumper. Fog lamp inserts and a C-shaped design feature are added to the lower portion of the bumper. This C-shaped component might contain LED DRLs. You can see a profile that likes the current alto by moving to the side. Like the present Alto, the door handles will continue to be pull-style. The side indicators will still be located on the front fender rather than the wing mirrors on the new Alto. The wheels will still be steelies and be 13 inches in diameter. Larger taillamps and a flat boot are present on the back.
The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto’s interiors will also receive a makeover. Expect to see new upholstery and switchgear. One can anticipate a significant increase in interior space as well as an expansion of the boot capacity. It is anticipated that the 2019 Alto will come equipped with Maruti’s smart play infotainment system, which would work with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The upgraded 1.0-liter K-series Dual Jet Dual VVT petrol engine in the new Alto delivers 66 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 89 Nm of maximum torque at 3,500 rpm.
As with the S-Presso, which just got this new engine, anticipate it to surpass the 24 km/l mark. The 796cc petrol engine, which generates 48 horsepower and 69 Nm of torque, will also remain. A 5-speed manual transmission option will be available, and an AMT might also be added. Later on, it’s anticipated that the CNG option would also be available for the Alto of the next generation.