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Old 24th January 2020, 09:30   #181
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Highly doubt the 48V SHVS claim. I'd be positively surprised if they do that. Knowing Maruti, the best they can do is showcase the system on some model at the auto expo. Also this system is going to debut in Europe soon, and I don't expect Maruti to introduce it in India first.

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Highly doubt the 48V SHVS claim.--
Hybrid 48V system will be unveiled most probably at the Geneva Motor show in S Cross, Vitara and Swift.

The Full Hybrid System is likely come to India in Suzuki/Toyota Cars in late 2020/early 2021.

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Suzuki will announce all the details and specifications of the new 48-Volt hybrid versions of the Swift Sport, Vitara and S-Cross in advance of their launch in Europe, which is planned for March 2020.
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Suzuki to Make Only Hybrid Models for EU Markets from 2020
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This link takes me to MG Hector news rather than Vitarra Brezza, not sure why.
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This link takes me to MG Hector news rather than Vitarra Brezza, not sure why.
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This link takes me to MG Hector news rather than Vitarra Brezza, not sure why.
Thanks for pointing it out.

Request moderators to edit/correct the same.

Edit: It's corrected now.

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Ready for launch, Vitrara Brezza spied in TVC shoot?
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Going against the tide, I think this might be the petrol Facelifted Brezza which Motorbeam reader has scooped. Reasons:
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I've quoted the posts of volkman10 and Leoshashi to show that they were right. This indeed looks like the facelift Brezza. Upper image is from recent article and lower one is from the ad shoot article shared few days ago.


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I've quoted the posts of volkman10 and Leoshashi to show that they were right. This indeed looks like the facelift Brezza. Upper image is from recent article and lower one is from the ad shoot article shared few days ago.
Yes. It indeed looks like the one in the video. The rear lights as well as the faux rear skid plate, look identical.

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No scoops on its automatic yet?
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Maruti Suzuki 48V SHVS smart hybrid system new details revealed.


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Maruti Suzuki is going to introduce a new, 48V Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki (SHVS) technology at Auto Expo 2020 and presumably offer it in its models later. Here are some exclusive new details about the new Smart Hybrid technology.
  • Developed by Suzuki engineers in Hamamatsu, Japan, the new Smart Hybrid by Suzuki (SHVS) system consists of three main elements.
    • The first is a 48V Integrated Starter Generator (ISG), which performs the function of an alternator, electric motor and starter motor.
    • The second is a 48V Lithium-ion battery pack positioned under the front passenger seat so as to not hamper the seating or luggage space.
    • The third is a converter that transforms the voltage from 48V to 12V to supply the on-board equipment when required.
  • In all, the components of the 48V Smart Hybrid by Suzuki (SHVS) system weigh 45 kg.
  • The capacity of the Lithium-ion battery pack is 8 Ah.
  • The electric motor generates 10 kW (13.6 PS) and 50 Nm of torque.
  • The battery pack stores the electrical energy recovered from deceleration and braking and uses it for the various fuel-sipping functions. The familiar functions of the new mild-hybrid system are brake energy regeneration, idle start-stop and engine assist (including torque-fill control and torque boost).
  • Another benefit of the 48V SHVS system is electric motor idling. When the clutch is disengaged and the engine speed is very low, approximately 1,000 rpm to be specific, this feature basically replaces fuel injection with power from the electric motor to control and maintain the engine idling at speeds below 16 km/h. The electric motor idling function essentially eliminates fuel consumption and allows for an instant engine restart.
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8AH battery seems small. This effectively can function for a very limited time. Driving in a metro city, we may have to crawl multiple times in a short 5 km trip. Although regenerative braking can help, one may not get a chance to add juice if the battery is so small.

Is this the first step to establish scale? Will the batteries be imported?
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Will the diesel brezza be discontinued or introduced with 1.5 ddis?
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Will the diesel brezza be discontinued or introduced with 1.5 ddis?
I guess temporarily discontinued till Maruti upgrades it 1.5 ddis to BS6.

Considering EcoSport just upgraded its diesel to BS6 with a minimal price increase, maruti will not be far behind.
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Will the diesel brezza be discontinued or introduced with 1.5 ddis?
The 1.3 is already discontinued. Infact I have heard reports of Maruti informing people who have booked about the possible conversion to Petrol model.

The 1.5L Diesel will surely be coming. What remains to be seen is when BS6 diesel is available across the country. That's when they will roll out their BS6 diesel cars as per my info.

With competitors like the Ecosport and Nexon continuing with well priced BS6 diesels, Maruti has no option left.

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It will be interesting to note the sales figures after the petrol Vitara Brezza is launched.

Interestingly Vitara Brezza will move from ONLY Diesel model to ONLY Petrol Model, whereas all the other competitors will have both the fuel options, continuing from BS IV to BS VI era.
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Maruti Brezza facelift
new dual tone colours, alloys – Spied

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new dual-tone alloy wheels, shod with MRF Wanderer tyres.
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Maruti Vitara Brezza 1.5L petrol. Edit: Launched at Rs 7.34 lakh-screenshot_20200130102203_chrome.jpg


Confirmed to be launched at the 2020 Auto Expo, new Maruti Brezza facelift will replace the current Brezza. It will come with new alloy wheel pattern, which is much sportier than the existing diesel model’s rather dull design. The black and chrome finish goes well with the vehicle’s styling and the blacked out webs will reduce the turbulence to some extent.

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