The highly anticipated Maruti Suzuki S-Presso was launched in India at Rs 3.69 lakhs. It is based on the Future S concept that was shown at 2018 Auto Expo. Now, let's take a look at the top five exterior highlights and the top five interior highlights of the new car.
Top 5 Interior highlights
The new S-Presso is coming with all black interior which makes the inner look of the car classy and sporty at the same time. The company has set two row interior arrangement and all is black which will give you premium feel whether you are driving or sitting at the back seat.
Touch screen system
A touchscreen infotainment system has been installed in the centre console that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It is paired with steering-mounted audio controls.
Maruti has come up with contrasting colour which add the spark and make the interior of the car stylish and interesting. The shining orange is available around the central console and AC vents which looks amazing due to the whole black interior.
Circular centre console
The centre console of the car are coming in circular form that has a colour matched interior trim that enhances its look. A digital instrument cluster and a touchscreen display for the music system are in the middle of the centre console.
There are a number of safety features that are included in the new Maruti Suzuki S-Presso, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, seat belt reminder, rear parking sensors and a high speed warning tone are some of the features that ensures safety of the person sitting in the car.
Top 5 Exterior highlights
The new Maruti Suzuki S-Presso has decent ground clearance, bold design and high-upright stance which makes it characteristics quite similar to that of the SUV.
Compact in size
Based on the Heartect platform, the S-Presso boasts of a compact footprint. It measures 3,565mm in length, 1,520mm in width, 1,564/1,549mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,380mm.
Even though it has a wheel size of 13-inch, except for the top-models that has 14-inch wheels. The car boasts a tall stance. This makes the car different from the entry-level hatchback cars and it stand out among all of them.
Some of the design are borrowed from the Vitara Brezza, which happens to be its elder sibling and that is why it has squarish headlights and a muscular dual tone bumper.
At the rear end, there are rectangular tail lamps and a dual-tone bumper with integrated reflectors which gives it a boxy shape.