In Images – 2015 Maruti Alto K10 gets a brand new interior

Posted on: Oct 23, 2014 - 3:02pm IST

The new Alto K10 cost Maruti INR 200 crores to develop.

The new Maruti Alto K10 is based on the Alto 800’s body, however designers have dished out an all-new interior for the car which has nothing in common with the old K10, or even the Alto 800.

2015 Maruti Alto K10 interior
The center console gets a piano-black finish with an integrated music system.

The dual-tone dashboard is finished in black on top and beige at the bottom. The center console gets a piano-black finish, and an integrated music system with CD/MP3/Radio/USB/AUX-in is installed on the top-end variant. Just below rests the controls for the AC, which now use modern rotary dials.

Over to the driver’s side, a new 3-spoke steering wheel and a redesigned instrument cluster with orange highlights give the new K10 a fresh look. Seen here is the AMT variant, and the gearlever is identical to that of the Celerio’s. The seats are upholstered in beige, and the front seat backs are scooped for better rear knee-room.

2015 Maruti Alto K10 gear
The new K10 gets a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT (pictured).

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The new K10 launches next month in petrol and CNG variants (a total of six variants will be on offer). The 1.0-liter three-cylinder K-Series engine develops 67.04 bhp and 90 Nm of torque, and has an ARAI claimed fuel efficiency of 24.07 km/l (MT and AMT) and 32.26 km/kg (in case of the CNG variant).

Competitors: Hyundai Eon 1.0L, Datsun Go
Expected Price: INR 3.2-4 lakhs, ex-Showroom
Launch date: Next month

New Maruti Alto K10 – Image Gallery

[Images from Autocar India]

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4 thoughts on “In Images – 2015 Maruti Alto K10 gets a brand new interior

  1. VK says:

    Seeing the interiors of this, I feel its better to buy a Bajaj Autorickshaw, which looks any day better than this. What were Maruti Engineers thinking when designing the interiors of this car?

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    1. Dr. Nayak says:

      Hi Brother, “be real”.

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    2. Chris says:

      Go ahead and buy an autorickshaw! Perhaps spending a few months inside the autorickshaw will help you to realize that tin and plastic don’t look the same.

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  2. Dr. Nayak says:

    If you can give a complete facelift for $34 mil for an automobile in today’s date this is an achievement, in comparison to what other international manufactures are claiming. This figure is as high as 500 mil. based on some MNCs. Even the 34 mil figure is at least 50 % inflated knowing Suzuki and thair attitude. In general 15 million is a safe bet, if any company wants this type of work done in India. To say this in few words “power of Indian engineering, just harness it and rule the market”

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