Suzuki Eritga (Maruti Ertiga) with a new front-end caught in Indonesia – Spied

Posted on: Aug 5, 2015 - 11:03pm IST

Likely to be a one-off modified concept for the 2015 GIIAS.

A spyshot of a Suzuki Ertiga equipped with a sporty-looking body kit has emerged from Indonesia. It’s unlikely to be the facelifted Suzuki Ertiga, as it clearly doesn’t fall in line with the conservative design of the pre-production model that was caught undisguised in India.

2016 Suzuki Ertiga one-off concept front spotted in Indonesia
This Suzuki Ertiga could be a concept equipped with a one-off body kit, similar to the Maruti Ertiga Altair and Suzuki Ertiga Sporty.

The car could be a concept equipped with a one-off body kit, similar to the Maruti Ertiga Altair, or a range-topping variant like the Suzuki Ertiga Sporty that’s specific to an Indonesian sub-segment. The only spyshot of the front end reveals an aggressive bumper with bold chrome element, sculpted foglamp enclosures, a low black grille with vertical slats, a chrome line running between the two headlamps, and LED DRLs.

Under the hood, the Suzuki Ertiga packs a 1.4-liter K-Series (K14B) VVT petrol engine, which produces 95 PS power and 130 Nm of peak torque in the current model. While a 5-speed manual is offered as standard in lower variants, the 4-speed automatic could be replaced with a 5-speed AMT (automated manual transmission) for better fuel consumption.

Maruti Ertiga facelift rendering IAB
The variant in question clearly doesn’t fall in line with the conservative design of the 2016 Maruti Eritga, which has been rendered by IAB.

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The sporty-looking Suzuki Ertiga is expected to join the 2016 Suzuki Ertiga at the 2015 GIIAS. The launch of the 2016 Maruti Ertiga could take place in the festive season.

Suzuki Ertiga Sporty (Indonesian spec) – Image Gallery

[Source: Autonet Magz]

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