Maruti S-Presso Interior: In Pictures
Exploring the distinct cabin design of the S-Presso in detail
The S-Presso is the most recent addition to Maruti Suzuki’s portfolio. This new micro-SUV is positioned above the Alto but below the likes of the Celerio. It is currently priced between Rs 3.69 lakh to Rs 4.91 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) and it competes against the likes of the Renault Kwid and Datsun redi-GO. The S-Presso is a small-budget offering and as such its feature list is limited. However, the interior design is quite distinct. So here’s a detailed look at the S-Presso’s cabin:
The S-Presso’s most distinct design feature is the dashboard layout. The digital instrument cluster is centrally-located in a circular design, similar to the Future S concept showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo.
The central console is surrounded by body coloured circular inserts. A 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility is positioned below the instrument cluster. The controls for the front power windows are positioned under the infotainment system but within the circular insert.
The S-Presso gets the same steering wheel as the Wagon R and Ignis with steering-mounted audio and telephony controls in the top variant.
The seats of the S-Presso don’t get adjustable headrests and feature fabric upholstery.
The rear seats do not split-fold with no central headrest and only a lap seatbelt for the middle passenger.
It gets a small storage space to the right of the steering wheel along with lighting controls.
Other storage spaces on the dashboard include a small shelf on the front passenger side along with another cubby hole behind the cup holders under the central console.
The AC controls are under the circular section of the console with three dials, a 12V socket and another covered port for USB and AUX.
The front door features a speaker and a bottle holder. The S-Presso doesn’t get power windows in the rear and so the rear door features the manual controls but no storage space.
Maruti doesn’t offer the S-Presso with electrically adjustable ORVMs either.
It has a boot space of 270 litres which is slightly less voluminous than the Renault Kwid's 279 litres boot capacity.
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