Suzuki Cultus design plans leaked

Next-generation Suzuki Cultus’s exterior design has been revealed ahead of its official debut due to the leak of design patents.

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Thanks to leaked patent drawings, the next-generation Suzuki Celerio’s (Suzuki Cultus in Pakistan) exterior design has been revealed ahead of its official debut. They provide a glimpse at what the next-generation hatchback will look like.

Suzuki Celerio originally planned for a late 2020 debut, but its launch has now been pushed to the first quarter of 2021. Lockdowns not only made the production & sale suffer, but the development of new models also took a hit.

However, as per reports, the official unveiling is finally expected to occur during the third quarter of this year.

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The leaked design shows a sedate and straightforward feature, with sweptback headlights and a smaller mesh grille, bisected by a strip that connects the headlights. 

At the back, the tail-lights are mounted high and merge into the reflector sections; the bumper is indented, and the tailgate is small, pointing at a high loading lip. The side profile shows a high bonnet, thick c-pillar, and multi-spoke alloys. 

The 2nd gen Suzuki Celerio will be based on the same lightweight ‘Heartect’ platform, which underpins the current-gen Swift & Wagon R. 

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The new Celerio will grow in size and is expected to have a longer wheelbase with a wider cabin than the current generation model (Cultus) we have here, which will help the car offer better interior space for its occupants.

With the Suzuki Cultus being one of the more common cars on Pakistani streets at the very least, people will be sure to appreciate the newer, more aesthetic model going about.


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