Maruti Suzuki India (MSI), country’s leading auto manufacturer is all set to make its presence felt at the forthcoming Auto Expo 2018. For the first time ever, the Indo-Japanese car maker will be showcasing a record of over 18 models this time around at the auto show across ARENA, NEXA and Motorsports zones. The car maker recently revealed that it will be launching the all-new Swift at the event which will be based on Suzuki’s 5th generation Heartect platform. Also See: New Maruti Swift 2018 First Lot Arrives at Dealership Stockyard Ahead of India LaunchAlso Read - Honda to Launch New City Hybrid on This Date | Check Features, Price Here
The car maker will look to make powerful statements of intent with concepts and future compact vehicle design which will be built around the theme of Transformotion. The car maker’s pavilion will be spread over 4200 sq. metre which will include the third generation Swift hatchback, ConceptFutureS, Concept e-SURVIVOR, HEV model and much more. See More: Maruti Suzuki Swift 2018 Diesel First Drive Review, Test Ride Also Read - Baleno 2022: New Maruti Suzuki Baleno Launched. Check Price, Other Features Here
The car maker has teased the upcoming Concept FutureS which will be making its global premiere at the motor show. The car maker looks to redefine the compact car space with the concept by presenting all new design language. Moreover, the concept is also pegged as the showstopper for this year’s motor show. Also Read: Maruti Swift 2018 Gets Waiting Period of up to 8 Weeks Before India Launch Also Read - Top 10 Selling Cars In October 2021: Alto Leads Again, Venue Ahead Of Nexon, Punch Makes Debut
The Indo-Japanese car maker will also showcase its first Concept EV – e-SURVIVOR which will symbolize Maruti Suzuki’s commitment towards entire lifecycle of EVs. Moreover, it is a design study model for a compact SUV that pays tribute to car maker’s 4WD heritage. Moreover, the Concept e-SURVIVOR puts together various new technologies that represent the Suzukis new F.A.C.E (Four-Wheel Drive, Autonomous, Connected & Electric) for Future Mobility. MSI will also showcase a working model of next-gen Suzuki Hybrid system (HEV) that is seen on Solio and Swift models which is currently on sale in Japan.