Auto Expo Live – Maruti Ertiga Altair, Ritz Jubilo revealed

Posted on: Feb 8, 2014 - 7:58pm IST

Maruti showcased a wide range of customized cars at the Auto Expo. Take a look at what the company did on the Ertiga and Ritz.

Maruti Ertiga Altair

Maruti Ertiga Altair front three quarters

The Ertiga Altair gets a customized headlight cluster with projector lenses and LED daytime running lights on its bumper. The Swift-based MPV gets a full body kit with a rear spoiler, side skirts and bumper spoilers, apart from alloy wheels. The side profile of the car reveals a thick chrome strip as well.

It’s towards the rear where the Altair shocked us. Seeing those added plastic reflectors, we are instantly reminded of the Honda Mobilio, which coincidentally had its Indian reveal at the Auto Expo.

Maruti Ritz Jubilo

Maruti Ritz Jubilo front three quarters

The Ritz seen at the show sports a new body color with contrasting body graphics and roof. At the front, the headlight cluster is set in matte-black enclosure with cut-outs available only for the headlamp and indicator.

We like the way this Ritz looks at the rear with its smoked taillights, a gloss-black finish for the rear garnish and a not-so-overdone rear bumper. Other customizations on this Ritz include new alloy wheels and a full body kit with side skirts and bumper spoilers.

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6 thoughts on “Auto Expo Live – Maruti Ertiga Altair, Ritz Jubilo revealed

  1. RAMESH says:

    Anyone of You Could help Me in getting the Rear Spoiler that exactly matches the Jubilo”s.

  2. kumar says:

    What is the Maruti Ertiga automatic Transmission launch date in India?

  3. Ali Charming says:

    Will they provide those accessories in showrooms…any idea…

    1. Hi Ali, they wouldn’t. These are created by Maruti with a design or creative agency just for the show.

  4. Balaji Babu says:

    hey will this ritz be sold as a variant in near future? any updates on that?

    1. Hi Balaji, this vehicle is only a show car for now. Its common practice for Maruti to show a bunch of customized cars at the Auto Expo, but we’ve not seen any of them make it to production until now in the exact same configuration.


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