Maruti Suzuki Invicto Pre-launch Bookings To Start on June 19th

Maruti Suzuki Invicto will launch in the Indian market on July 5th. The company has confirmed to Times Drive that it will open the order books for the new premium MPV on June 19th. This and more details in the report below.

Updated Jun 14, 2023 | 02:09 PM IST

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Maruti Suzuki’s Upcoming MPV To Be Named ‘Invicto’, Confirmed!

Maruti Suzuki’s Upcoming Invicto MPV can be booked starting June 19th.

Maruti Suzuki on Wednesday confirmed the official nameplate for its upcoming premium which has been christened as 'Invicto'. The new MPV will be a Toyota Innova Hycross spinoff and will go on sale in the Indian market on July 5th. The company has further confirmed to Times Drive that not just Hycross, but it aims to shake up a couple of other rivals such as Mahindra XUV700, Hyundai Alcazar, Kia Carnival as well as Mahindra ScorpioN.

The new Maruti Invicto will be produced at the Toyota plant in Bidadi, and the company is hoping to amp up its share in the premium vehicle market with the official introduction of this new car. The OEM further added that the production figures of the new vehicle will be based on the kind of demand it manages to garner from the market. On the sidelines, Maruti Suzuki also confirmed that it currently has a pending order bookings (overall) of close to 3 lakh cars and is hoping to ease this up in the next few months.
Invicto will be a significant step forward for Maruti Suzuki as it hopes to become a major player in the premium vehicle market. Only last year the company had introduced the Grand Vitara in collaboration with Toyota which has become quite a popular car in the segment.
Toyota Innova Hycross on which the Maruti Suzuki Invicto will be based is offered only in petrol and hybrid powertrains. The petrol only version houses the 2.0 L petrol engine producing 172.99 bhp and 209 Nm of torque and the other version houses hybrid powertrain where the 2.0 L petrol engine works in conjunction with the electric motors, where it produces a combined power output of 183.7 bhp. Here the electric motor produces 206 Nm of torque and the engine produces 188 Nm of torque. The petrol version has a starting ex-showroom price of Rs 18.55 lakh and the hybrid version has a starting ex-showroom price of Rs 25.03 lakh.
The upcoming Maruti Suzuki Invicto is likely to feature similar powertrains and have similar pricing. This is going to be the most expensive offering from Maruti Suzuki in India and will be their new flagship product.
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