New Suzuki Alto: the version for the Japanese market presented

Suzuki presented the ninth generation of the Suzuki Alto in Japan a few hours ago . Despite having the same name as the Suzuki Maruti Alto sold in India and other markets, the Japanese specification version is a completely different vehicle.   As can also be seen in the images attached to the article, the new Alto still has the typical two-volume silhouette, but the bodywork has been completely overhauled. At the front we find rounder headlights and a sculpted bumper for a very different overall design from the previous generation presented in 2014.  The more vertical windshield and flat roofline have given the new model a more squared off shape while the side profile and rear have a more traditional city car look . Note that the taillights have been positioned vertically (on the sides of the luggage compartment) compared to the previous generation.  New Suzuki Alto Japan  The cockpit Moving on to the cockpit, the new Suzuki Alto is equipped with a redesigned dashboard, a new instrument cluster, a new steering wheel and additional storage compartments. The ninth generation also brings more safety technology, including basic Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) such as Autonomous Emergency Braking, Front Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning and High Beam Assist. .  The engine The Japanese automaker says the new Alto will be available with a hybrid powertrain consisting of a 660cc three-cylinder petrol engine paired with an integrated starter generator (ISG) and a lithium-ion battery pack. Unfortunately, Suzuki has not revealed the numbers for now. The new Suzuki Alto for the Japanese market is expected to arrive in the course of 2022 .

Suzuki presented the ninth generation of the Suzuki Alto in Japan a few hours ago . Despite having the same name as the Suzuki Maruti Alto sold in India and other markets, the Japanese specification version is a completely different vehicle.

As can also be seen in the images attached to the article, the new Alto still has the typical two-volume silhouette, but the bodywork has been completely overhauled. At the front we find rounder headlights and a sculpted bumper for a very different overall design from the previous generation presented in 2014.

Suzuki presented the ninth generation of the Suzuki Alto in Japan a few hours ago . Despite having the same name as the Suzuki Maruti Alto sold in India and other markets, the Japanese specification version is a completely different vehicle.   As can also be seen in the images attached to the article, the new Alto still has the typical two-volume silhouette, but the bodywork has been completely overhauled. At the front we find rounder headlights and a sculpted bumper for a very different overall design from the previous generation presented in 2014.  The more vertical windshield and flat roofline have given the new model a more squared off shape while the side profile and rear have a more traditional city car look . Note that the taillights have been positioned vertically (on the sides of the luggage compartment) compared to the previous generation.  New Suzuki Alto Japan  The cockpit Moving on to the cockpit, the new Suzuki Alto is equipped with a redesigned dashboard, a new instrument cluster, a new steering wheel and additional storage compartments. The ninth generation also brings more safety technology, including basic Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) such as Autonomous Emergency Braking, Front Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning and High Beam Assist. .  The engine The Japanese automaker says the new Alto will be available with a hybrid powertrain consisting of a 660cc three-cylinder petrol engine paired with an integrated starter generator (ISG) and a lithium-ion battery pack. Unfortunately, Suzuki has not revealed the numbers for now. The new Suzuki Alto for the Japanese market is expected to arrive in the course of 2022 .

The more vertical windshield and flat roofline have given the new model a more squared off shape while the side profile and rear have a more traditional city car look . Note that the taillights have been positioned vertically (on the sides of the luggage compartment) compared to the previous generation.

The cockpit

Moving on to the cockpit, the new Suzuki Alto is equipped with a redesigned dashboard, a new instrument cluster, a new steering wheel and additional storage compartments. The ninth generation also brings more safety technology, including basic Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) such as Autonomous Emergency Braking, Front Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning and High Beam Assist. 

Suzuki presented the ninth generation of the Suzuki Alto in Japan a few hours ago . Despite having the same name as the Suzuki Maruti Alto sold in India and other markets, the Japanese specification version is a completely different vehicle.   As can also be seen in the images attached to the article, the new Alto still has the typical two-volume silhouette, but the bodywork has been completely overhauled. At the front we find rounder headlights and a sculpted bumper for a very different overall design from the previous generation presented in 2014.  The more vertical windshield and flat roofline have given the new model a more squared off shape while the side profile and rear have a more traditional city car look . Note that the taillights have been positioned vertically (on the sides of the luggage compartment) compared to the previous generation.  New Suzuki Alto Japan  The cockpit Moving on to the cockpit, the new Suzuki Alto is equipped with a redesigned dashboard, a new instrument cluster, a new steering wheel and additional storage compartments. The ninth generation also brings more safety technology, including basic Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) such as Autonomous Emergency Braking, Front Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning and High Beam Assist. .  The engine The Japanese automaker says the new Alto will be available with a hybrid powertrain consisting of a 660cc three-cylinder petrol engine paired with an integrated starter generator (ISG) and a lithium-ion battery pack. Unfortunately, Suzuki has not revealed the numbers for now. The new Suzuki Alto for the Japanese market is expected to arrive in the course of 2022 .

The engine

The Japanese automaker says the new Alto will be available with a hybrid powertrain consisting of a 660cc three-cylinder petrol engine paired with an integrated starter generator (ISG) and a lithium-ion battery pack. Unfortunately, Suzuki has not revealed the numbers for now. The new Suzuki Alto for the Japanese market is expected to arrive in the course of 2022 .

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