The air quality sensor is part of 'Climatronic' air conditioning system. It measures pollutants, in the form of oxidisable or reducible gases, in the air outside your car. If the quality of the outside air drops - in a traffic jam or when driving through a tunnel, for example - the control system activates the Climatronic's air re-circulation mode, stopping polluted air from coming in and reducing the quality of air inside your car.
There is no specific button for air quality control in the car. It works automatically through the sensors. Yes, this feature is available Maruti S-Cross and Vitara Brezza.
WE understand that you want to know whether the infotainment system play videos in the car or not. Unfortunately, the infotainment system of Brezza does not support Video output. It supports audio, navigation, AUX and other features but video.
The average waiting on Maruti Vitara Brezza is 3-4 months, however, it also depends on certain parameters like car variant, colour etc. and also on the inventory of the dealer. We suggest you to get in touch with the Maruti dealer from where you have booked your car.
Hey, it was in the pipeline yet there is no confirmation about it. It is expected that they will launch the AMT version first and then they might unveil the petrol variant with the same boosterjet engine that the Baleno RS has. Stay tuned, we'll keep you posted.