Maruti Suzuki Invicto: Maruti Suzuki has made progress towards tightening its hold on the market for hybrid vehicles. Customers can now purchase the second car in the Strong Hybrid segment. On Wednesday, the MPV was introduced to the market under the name “Invicto.” It is well known that Maruti began taking reservations for this vehicle on June 19. The Invicto will be offered at Nexa dealerships created for Maruti’s high-end vehicle lineup.
The Zeta+ (7 seater) costs Rs. 24.79 lakh ex-showroom, the Zeta+ (8 seater) costs Rs. 24.84 lakhs, and the Alfa+ (7 seater) will cost Rs. 28.42 lakhs. This vehicle has three rows of seats. The vehicle can be purchased through Maruti Subscribe for a cost of Rs 61,860 per month. The vehicle is 4,755 mm long, 1,850 mm wide, and 1,795 mm tall. Nexa Blue, Mystic White, Majestic Silver, and Stellar Bronze are the colours that are offered.
Six airbags, 50 features from the next-generation Suzuki Connect, a one-touch power tailgate, a 10.1-inch Smart Play Magnum+ (Apple, Android), a 7-inch multi-infotainment with Drive Mode colour themes, and a hill hold are all included in the vehicle. It also has a 2.0-liter engine with an intelligent electric hybrid system. the Assist, TPMS, dual zone climate control, a 360-degree view monitor, ambient lighting, and a panoramic sunroof are some of the appealing features. Maruti has introduced a memory-based driver’s seat and an electronic parking brake for the first time. For this car, more than 6,000 reservations have already been made.
Sales have recently been steadily increasing thanks to the introduction of our new vehicles, the Grand Vitara, Franks, and Jimny. Carbon neutrality is a priority for Maruti Suzuki. The business will release a total of six SUVs by 2030–2031. The Nexa lineup’s eighth vehicle in the Indian market is the Invecto. Ourashi Takeuchi, MD and CEO of the company, made the announcement on the occasion. “We firmly believe that the success of this car will increase our sales in the market.
For the past six years, Maruti has dominated the UV market. According to Shashank Srivastava, senior executive officer of the company’s sales and marketing division, the Brezza, Ertiga, and XL-6 vehicles have supported the brand. This is the Suzuki-Toyota partnership’s fourth new car model. It is well known that the Grand Vitara, Urban Cruiser, and Glanza have already arrived. The Toyota Innova Highcross vehicle was recently rebadged by Maruti and introduced as the Invicto.