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New generation Maruti Suzuki Gypsy could be positioned between Vitara Brezza and S-Cross if launched as a mainstream volume seller

Maruti Suzuki Gypsy has been a very popular car among the off-roading enthusiast of India for several decades. Despite incorporating a dated style, this car has remained lovable. Not only that, Indian armed forces use this model for their specific duties as well. But recently, Maruti Suzuki Gypsy was hit hard when Indian Army gave the contract to Tata Safari as a replacement.

Here in a rendering image the next generation Maruti Suzuki Gypsy has been imagined and it looks radically different to the current model. The new Gypsy incorporates completely new design language, which makes it more aggressive and appealing compared to the existing one. If entered into production, it could sit between the Vitara Brezza and S-Cross.

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Also read: Tata Safari Storme Replaces Maruti Gypsy in Indian Army

The Indo-Japanese automaker has already showcased its potential to make capable and impressive SUV by launching the Vitara Brezza. It has received immense popularity and impressive sales figures in very short span after launch in domestic market. It can be assumed that inspired by the success of Vitara Brezza, Maruti Suzuki could be planning to introduce SUVs in several size classes.

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In the rendering image, the new generation Gypsy gets a new front grille with teeth like appearance and chrome garnishing. The grille is complemented by projector headlamps and LED daytime running lights. The front bumper also comes very bold looking and there is a skid plate as well. The side profile boasts flared wheel arches, aggressive tyres with five-spoke alloy wheels and sporty roof rails. The SUV visibly comes with a higher stance which should certainly emphasize its off-roading capability.

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Also read: Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Ignis Previewed in India; Bookings Open from 1st January

Meanwhile, India’s largest car maker is gearing up to launch the Ignis, which looks like an impressive design incorporated in a very compact micro SUV. The company describes it as a premium urban compact hatchback and it will launch on 13th January, 2017.

Source: IAB

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