Geneva Live – Suzuki Celerio is your trusty Maruti [Press Release updated]

Posted on: Mar 4, 2014 - 7:48pm IST

We’ve received the first images of the Suzuki Celerio from the Geneva Motor Show. The company has announced that European sales will begin towards the end of the year.

Suzuki Celerio AMT front three quarters at Geneva Motor Show
A Suzuki Celerio with extra cosmetic dressing is seen alongside the standard model at the Geneva Motor Show.

Suzuki Celerio side at Geneva Motor Show

Suzuki is showing two versions of the Celerio, a standard manual variant and one with plastic cladding on the sides and wheel arches sporting an AMT gearbox. The interior is a replica of the Maruti version, except for the LHD configuration and an all-black dashboard (the Indian model is a two-tone beige). We also notice the graphics on the door and seat trims are different.

Suzuki Celerio AMT shifter at Geneva Motor Show
AMT is confirmed for the European market.

In India the Celerio is powered by a 998 cc three-cylinder engine (codenamed K10B) which sends out 68 PS at 6,000 rpm and 90 Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm. It is mated either to a 5-speed manual transmission or an automated manual transmission (AMT).

While power and torque figures haven’t been updated for the European model, Suzuki calls the European engine as the ‘K10C’ and has confirmed a start-stop system for it.

Suzuki Celerio dashboard at Geneva Motor Show
An all-black dashboard and LHD configuration are the only changes in the European Celerio.
Maruti Celerio dashboard live
Maruti Celerio dashboard added for reference.

The Celerio replaces the Alto (A-Star) in Europe and like its predecessor, it may also be exported from Maruti’s factory in Gurgaon.

Suzuki Celerio at Geneva Motor Show – Image Gallery

Suzuki Celerio at Geneva Motor Show – Press Release

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