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Next-gen Suzuki WagonR and Stingray images surface in Japan

Next-gen Suzuki WagonR and Stingray images surface in Japan
Nikhil Puthran Nikhil Puthran Thursday 05 January 2017, 18:31 PM

Ahead of its official launch sometime soon in Japan, images of the next-gen Suzuki WagonR and WagonR Stingray have been leaked. Based on what can be seen, the new model gets a complete makeover in comparison to the current generation model. Though technical specifications are not available for now, it might continue to be powered by existing engine options.

As seen in images, the new WagonR model gets a new front with split headlamps and a large two part grille. The large bumper also sports a large air-dam and round fog lamps on the sides. The side profile has a bolder appeal with large B-Pillar and more pronounced wheel arches. For freshness, the new model also comes with new alloys and new ORVMs which now sit on the door. The rear however looks pretty sober with a plain tailgate, low taillights and an integrated rear spoiler.

The Suzuki WagonR Stingray on the other hand gets a large chrome grille on the front, low positioned wide air-dams, round fog lamp enclosure and vertical projector headlamps. Additionally, it also gets a sporty body kit to distinguish itself from the regular WagonR hatchback. Both the vehicle might continue to be powered by existing 660cc petrol engine. In terms of features, it will be loaded with touch-screen infotainment system, rear parking sensors and automatic climate control. As for safety, it will offer dual air bags and ABS with EBD.

Though there are no immediate plans to introduce the next-gen model anytime soon in the Indian market, if launched, it will be a toned down version of the Japan-bound model. However, we shall continue to be powered by a 1.0-litre petrol engine that generates 67bhp of power and 91Nm of torque. Along with 5-speed manual transmission, the new model will also get an AMT option.

 

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