Maruti Suzuki has announced that the brand has commenced accepting pre-launch bookings for the “New-Age Baleno” in the Indian market. The technologically advanced premium hatchback can now be reserved with an initial payment of INR 11,000 at the nearest Maruti Suzuki NEXA showroom or by logging on to the Maruti Suzuki NEXA website. The brand has also released a teaser video on the company’s official YouTube channel giving us a glimpse of the exteriors of the new Baleno.
2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno – Tech Goes Bold
The new Maruti Suzuki Baleno comes with advanced features that promise to deliver an extraordinary experience to the customer. The first teaser of the New-Age Baleno reveals that the hot hatchback will come with hotter and more immersive technologies such as a heads-up display (HUD). The HUD is a first-in-segment feature that not only enhances the ‘tech quotient’ of the vehicle but also improves the safety aspect. HUD allows the customer to drive the car without having to take their eyes off the road.
Thanks to HUD, all the vital information is conveniently displayed on a transparent screen. The HUD is able to display the speedometer, climate control, real-time mileage and more. The driver can go through the information without getting distracted, and thus maximises the safety of the driver, occupants as well as other road users.
2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno – Crafted Futurism
The new Maruti Baleno comes equipped with modern technology, advanced features and the NEXA signature “Crafted Futurism”. The Baleno has been a trendsetter since its debut in 2015. The hot hatchback offered premium exteriors and interiors and set new benchmarks in technological features. The New-Age Baleno is taking this a step ahead by offering the latest technological features an improved design while ensuring a safer and more convenient drive. According to the teaser, the new Baleno could come with segmented LED DRLs, LED headlamps, LED taillamps and a refreshed, more expressive design.
The brand will soon reveal more details of the new Maruti Baleno. However, rumours suggest that the hatchback will come with features such as 6 airbags and ESP. The car is also likely to be made out of a thicker grade of steel designed to channel crash forces away from the occupants. Technical information is still sparse, but the brand could use a 1.2-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine with a 12V mild-hybrid option.