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Maruti Suzuki Concept future S Compact SUV Global Launch Date | Debut in Auto Expo 2018

Maruti Suzuki Concept future S Compact SUV Global Launch Date Debut in Auto Expo 2018 | Price, Features: – Maruti Suzuki is back in the market with another exciting model and this time they are about to launch their SUV Global in the market. Reports are coming that the Maruti Suzuki Concept Future S will make its Global Preview at the biennial expo that will be held in Greater Noida from 7th February to 14th February 2018. Sources are saying that the car was recently found out on the road during the testing now the company is planning to showcase it at the upcoming Auto Expo. We are sure that you all are going to love it for sure.

Maruti Suzuki Concept Future S Compact SUV

The new Maruti Future S Concept is a compact SUV is a sub-4m car that will be positioned below the Vitara Brezza. The new design language of the ‘Concept Future S’ is aimed to delight customers in the compact car segment. All the buyers and customers could get this car because of the great compact car segment. We are sure that you all are going to love this car because of the great features and specifications. Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Cars 2018

The Maruti Suzuki Concept Future S reveals the distinctive two-box design of compact SUV with the upright stance, higher seating with increased ground clearance. The Concept Future S gets a high-set horizontal bonnet, a unique A-pillar design and a broad shoulder line that gives it a butch appearance. With the Concept Future S, Maruti Suzuki is planning to redefine the compact car design language in the country. Maruti Suzuki CelerioX Launched in India

Overall, we are sure that upcoming Auto Expo is going to be a great deal for the lovers of Maruti Suzuki because they are about to bang the company because of their amazing models. Maruti Suzuki said “We have to see how much lower we can go below the Brezza, and this is something we are experimenting with in terms of proportions and design. But, it’s always a challenge to do this in the compact segment.”