Exclusive: Maruti YTB SUV (Sub-4M) Spied For The First Time


According to the spy photo, the Maruti YTB might be built on the Yaris Cross and is scheduled to go on sale in India in 2023.

Toyota intends to introduce the Hyryder next month, but Maruti Suzuki is presently striving to host the Grand Vitara midsize SUV's international premiere in India tomorrow. The new generation Alto, which was recently discovered unmasked during a commercial shoot, is anticipated to follow.

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Similar to Toyota, the nation's largest automaker is seeking to significantly expand its lineup of SUVs. The Toyota-Maruti Suzuki relationship has proven fruitful over the years, and after the midsize SUV pair, additional goods, including each company's first 100% electric cars scheduled for 2025, are undoubtedly in the works.

Here are the first-ever spy images of a tiny five-seater with volume-based seating that reveal some intriguing information. The camera captures the sculpted bootlid, shark fin antenna, integrated spoiler, windshield wiper, and a noticeable bumper on the back of the tightly camouflaged Maruti YTB test mule.

Although it does further feed speculation that a Toyota version may potentially be in the works or that it may be entirely based on the Toyota Yaris Cross, which is built on the TNGA platform, the back does remind us of the Yaris Cross Hybrid.

It may result in the production of the first entirely new Toyota SUV, which would sit above the Urban Cruiser and below the Hyryder. Despite being mainly based on the Yaris Cross with a few minor aesthetic alterations, it may give birth to a Maruti Suzuki sister. As it might cost less than Rs. 16 lakh, it will certainly overtake the diesel versions of the Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Mahindra XUV300, and Tata Nexon as the most cheap strong hybrid vehicle in India.

It might have a 1.5-liter four-cylinder DualJet K15C mild-hybrid petrol engine, which has a maximum output of 103 PS at 6,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 136 Nm at 4,400 rpm. With a dedicated EV-only vehicle, the 1.5-liter TNGA Atkinson Cycle strong hybrid petrol engine might also be used.

A nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, a flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted controls, wireless charging capability, an electric sunroof, ESC with HHA, a semi-digital instrument cluster, cruise control, a 360-degree camera, a HUD, push button start/stop, etc., could all be included in the feature list when it is delivered.

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