Spied – Maruti Wagon R Stingray seems launch ready

Posted on: Jul 24, 2013 - 2:22pm IST

The Maruti Wagon R Stingray will soon be launched in the Indian market. Our regular readers would know that the car has already been spied while undergoing a photo shoot. These spy shots come from Autocar India reader Syed Ismail.

Maruti Wagon R Stingray spied

The front of the Stingray is where all the action is. It seems that Maruti would offer the projector headlights along with the slim looking grill finished in chrome. The bonnet is flat without any contours while the front bumper has a massive air dam. Judging by this car’s number plate, it seems that Maruti could launch the Stingray anytime!

Maruti Wagon R Stingray spied projector headlights

Towards the side of the car, the Stingray gets a new set of alloy wheels as we mentioned before. At the rear, the changes have been toned down. The Stingray in the Japanese market gets a completely different set of taillights. From these images it appears that Maruti has not bothered with any of that. A simple chrome surround has been added to the outline of the taillight cluster and that’s that.

Maruti Wagon R Stingray spied alloy wheel

The chrome plated rear number plate holder has the ‘Stingray’ badging with ‘Wagon R’ subtly inserted underneath. There should be at least a couple of changes in the interior of the Stingray (maybe a different music system) to better differentiate it from the regular Wagon R.

Maruti Wagon R Stingray spied rear

Expect the Stingray to command a INR 30,000-40,000 premium over the regular Wagon R when it goes on sale.

Maruti Wagon R Stingray spied rear logo

[Images from Autocar]

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2 thoughts on “Spied – Maruti Wagon R Stingray seems launch ready

  1. Ananthakrishnan says:

    Doesn’t get a rear defogger unlike old model?

  2. DRG says:

    I wish Maruti should soon face the music. Especially for killing the wagon R by reducing the boot space. Inidan customers lost a family vehicle


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