Indian car giant Maruti Suzuki is ready to unveil its latest offering in the MPV segment, the Maruti Suzuki Invicto. The Invicto is the result of a collaboration with Toyota and shares many similarities with the Toyota HyCross. In this blog, Maruti Suzuki covers the most important details and features of his Invicto to give you a complete understanding of this upcoming MPV.
Maruti Suzuki Invicto: The New MPV Sensation
The Maruti Suzuki Invicto is his long-awaited MPV that promises a blend of performance, fuel efficiency and an attractive design. With petrol and petrol-electric hybrid powertrain options, his Invicto caters to a wide range of tastes. While exact interior details have yet to be announced, Maruti Suzuki's track record of delivering comfortable and feature-rich cabins gives potential buyers confidence. Maruti Suzuki continues to work with Toyota and Invicto is poised to establish itself in the MPV segment with competitive pricing and a strong value proposition.
Engines and Specifications
The Maruti Suzuki Invicto is expected to offer petrol and petrol-electric hybrid powertrain options, similar to the Toyota Hycross. The petrol version of the Invicto will have a 1987 cc 4-cylinder engine that puts out a whopping 172.99 hp at 6600 rpm. CVT is combined with the transmission. The ARAI-certified petrol version has a fuel consumption of 16.13 KMPL, but actual mileage may vary depending on driving conditions.
Power and Performance
In addition, the Invicto will be equipped with the gasoline-electric hybrid technology inherited from the Toyota Hy-Cross. This engine/motor combination delivers an incredible fuel economy of 23.24 KMPL and a peak power output of 183.72 horsepower at 6600 rpm. Maruti Suzuki plans to offer both engine options to meet the diverse needs of MPV fans.
Price and Variants: Choose Your Perfect Invicto
As far as pricing is concerned, Maruti Suzuki is likely to follow a similar strategy to its previous badge engineering cooperation with Toyota. The Invicto is expected to be priced the same as the Toyota HyCross, making it an attractive choice in the MPV market. The base model of the Invicto could sell for around Rs 18.55 lakh or less, while the top model could fetch around Rs 30 lakh in showrooms.
Tech-Savvy Drive: The Advanced Features
The Invict is equipped with dual airbags, an anti-lock braking system 'ABS', electronic braking force distribution (EBD) and rear parking sensors to ensure a safe driving experience. The integration of functions such as Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and Hill Start Assist further improve vehicle stability and control, especially in difficult driving conditions. Any adventure can begin with the understanding that safety is a top priority.
Elegance Inside Out: Exploring Invicto's Design and Interiors
Spy images of the Marti Invicto's interior have yet to surface, but the exterior design is revealed through renderings and images. As a badge-engineered model, Invicto shares most body panels with the Toyota Hy-Cross. However, the Invicto stands out for its front design, which has a more attractive and aesthetic appearance than its counterparts. Overdrive provided renderings of the Invicto which we believe are over 95% dependent on the final design.
Whether you're looking for a versatile family car or a reliable companion for long trips, the Invicto is worth your consideration. Keep an eye out for more updates and launch announcements from Maruti Suzuki as his Invicto, offering an exciting and challenging MPV experience, hits the road soon.