New Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza interior leaked in new images

It was at the end of last year that we got a glimpse of the next new Vitara Brezza through leaked images. Now that the launch is approaching, new images of the SUV have continued to surface, first detailing the exterior of the SUV and now the interior as well. From the outside, it became apparent that Maruti Suzuki has followed the same basic design as the outgoing model with a square and straight look, although a closer look reveals almost all body panels are new. The greenhouse has changed, the hood, bumpers and headlight units are new, and the tailgate is also new.

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While early spy photos had revealed parts of the dashboard design, these latest images give a much clearer view of all the changes and new equipment on offer. Starting with the dashboard, you’ll likely find little in common between the upcoming Brezza and the outgoing model. Maruti has replaced the outgoing model’s rather simplistic dashboard with a new layered unit with a prominent colored insert running along the center. The touchscreen is now larger (the Brezza will get the new SmartPro system on top variants) and is a self-contained unit sitting atop the center console with the air vents positioned just below.

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The new Brezza (top) gets a new layered dash design over the current model’s stable vertical unit.

The steering is also new and shared with other newer Maruti models, while the old Brezza’s square dials have been replaced with more rounded units. Initial images suggest the dials are missing the outgoing model’s color-based backlight. Climate controls are also new but appear to come straight from Maruti’s shared parts bin – the new Baleno gets similar switches. Another notable commonality with the new Baleno is the head-up display located behind the instrument cluster in the driver’s eye line.


New Vitara Brezza to get a revised dashboard with revised dials and a new head-up display.

Moving on to visible features, the new Vitara Brezza in this higher variant also incorporates automatic air conditioning, a sunroof, cruise control, paddle shifters for automatic models and rear air conditioning vents (a feature that was missing on the current Vitara Brezza).


Top models to also get a sunroof.

Moving on to the engine department, the new Brezza is expected to remain a gasoline-only SUV. The outgoing model’s 1.5-litre K-series engine is set to be replaced with the new 1.5-litre DualJet unit from the updated Ertiga and XL6 with gearbox options set to include a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic.

Expect more confirmed details about the new Vitara Brezza to drop in the coming weeks before its launch on June 30.


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