The all-new midsize SUV from Maruti Suzuki is based on Toyota's Daihatsu DNGA platform and is a plug-in hybrid.

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The DNGA platform is more affordable than traditional 'body on frame' platforms and is also the foundation of several Toyota models sold in international markets.

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It will also be a Creta-Seltos rival. The car has the potential to become an exemplary hybrid vehicle if the price is right.

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After the launch of its compact SUV Brezza last month, Maruti Suzuki has decided to step up its game in the midsize SUV segment with an all-new vehicle.

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Its launch date is still unclear, but the company has outlined its product strategy for the year ahead.

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It will be manufactured at Toyota's Bidadi plant and compete with the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder.

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However, unlike the other midsize SUVs in the segment, the Vitara will have a distinct personality.

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The upcoming model will be 4.3m long and will share the same powertrain as the Maruti Vitara Hybrid SUV.

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The plug-in hybrid model is expected to come with a new, redesigned styling, and possibly a more powerful engine.

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The Maruti Vitara is expected to feature a 1.5-liter petrol engine with 103 PS. It will also come with an all-wheel drive system and a panoramic sunroof.

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Other features that should be expected on the Maruti Vitara include a 360-degree camera, linked car technology, and a navigation system.

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