Maruti is coming up with an affordable and a renovated version of the Alto which could cost Rs 4 lakh.
Presently, the cheapest car in Maruti’s lineup is the Alto.
The present version of the Alto could use some novelty.
With a limited budget, expect the panel gaps to be minimised and the AC vents could change shape.
Some new accessories could also be included in the new design.
The new product could be based on the SPresso platform which could add more stability to its driving.
However, safety wise it could be a risk since the Spresso currently scores a zero GNCAP safety rating.
But it also provides an opportunity to use the 1000cc engine which runs the SPresso.
Given its limited budget, chances are low of it having all 4 power windows.
A digital instrument cluster along with infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity could be fitted in to make it more modern.
Maruti might be targeting first-time buyers and those wanting a car with low maintenance costs.
Buyers can be assured of ease while driving along with convenience when it comes to maintenance.