Maruti Suzuki Futuro-e Electric SUV Unveiled With Stunning Never-Seen-Before Design (Details Inside)
Also, it is one of the big highlights of the motoring exhibition as Maruti Suzuki has certainly upped the ante in future mobility and the design study is expected to spawn a production model in the coming years.
What Are Their Plans For The Future?
Moreover, the Indo-Japanese manufacturer cannot be shrugged off the part though as it is planning to introduce new models in Greater Noida.
Though, the main highlight of its show floor will be the Futuro-e concept that has just been officially teased for the first time.
So far, the teaser sketch does not indicate much of the concept except that it has a coupe-ish roofline. Maruti Suzuki applied patent rights for the Future-e nomenclature in December 2019 and since then the speculations have been on the high as to what it might turn out to be.
Although the wait has certainly been worth it as the Futuro-e depicts a design language we have never seen before on a Maruti Suzuki vehicle and it more crucially is on the premium side ditching conventionalities.
What Does Maruti Say?
The country’s major carmaker said that the Futuro-e is the design study for next-generation mobility solutions meaning that it will influence future models in the styling department.
Also, it carries a “bold new global design philosophy for the UV segment” according to the brand and it has been created taking the evolving desires of aspirational youths into account.
It is expected to be a blend better a coupe and an SUV and the roofline stands in accordance.
Further, it is endorsed not to follow the mainstream SUV architecture and comprises of a raked windshield, muscular character lines and fenders, a sleek front fascia, prominent LED tail lamps that extend in, side profile with an almost pillarless design, a short bonnet structure and so on.
On top of that, the concept is masculine in every way and has a thin LED strip covering the entire width upfront and it takes a boomerang shape and dips sideways.
What About The Design?
While talking about the styling, the large Suzuki badge is housed in the middle and the prominent greenhouse has an inclined coupe-styled roofline finished in black color giving a dual-tone vibe.
If you consider the masculine design, the squarer black wheel arches and chunk wheels riding on Yokohama tires add to the flare with a dynamic rear end boasting a swooping tail lamp structure that protrudes down into the rear fenders.
In the future, it is expected to spawn a mid-size with conventional power train options despite being an electrified concept (no specification revealed).
If we talk about the interior design, the interior image indicates a futuristic cabin with blue ambient lighting and a driver-focussed cockpit area having a unique steering wheel as in gaming consoles, a wide touch screen covering the width of the dashboard for infotainment, sat-nav and other purposes.
Also, the AC vents are pushed further into the dashboard accentuating a fighter jet styled design.