New Delhi | Jagran Auto Desk: Leading India carmaker Maruti Suzuki launched an SUV FUTURO-e on Wednesday and announced its plan to sell one million green cars over the next few years under its Mission Green Million. To attain this goal, the India-based company will offer a bouquet of options for customers comprising hybrids, electrics cars, and CNG. With the launch of CNG in 2010 and Smart Hybris in 2015, the Company has cumulatively sold one million green vehicles in India.
In a statement, Me Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “Mission Green Million is our commitment to bring advanced powertrain technologies for the Indian customers. In this mission, ‘Make in India’ will be our core philosophy."
"Our endeavor will be to offer realistic solutions for mass acceptance by customers,” he added.
To realise the Mission Green Million, Maruti Suzuki on Wednesday showcased a futuristic, dynamic and stylish coupe SUV concept FUTURO-e that demonstrates Maruti Suzuki's perspective on reimagining future green mobility.
Conceptualised and designed by Maruti Suzuki designers, CONCEPT FUTURO-e envisages a fresh design interpretation for the SUV segment, with a vision to provide enthralling and engaging design experience for India’s young and aspirational youth.
CONCEPT FUTURO-e is defined by its distinctive SUV-coupe silhouette and balanced proportions. Fresh details like bumper fins, linear etching patterns are used on the body. The front fascia has sweeping cross-bar design flowing into the lamps. Its silver nebula matt body color is inspired from galactic hues gives futuristic imagery.
Inspired by the geo-organic structural forms, the vehicle interior tastefully transforms itself to suit the driving environment with play of transparency and mood colors.
It also features flexible swivel travel seats and console for unparalleled comfort. Techno finished materials, inspired by nature, have been used extensively on the trims. CONCEPT FUTURO-e gives us a glimpse into the future of trendy SUVs.
Posted By: James Kuanal