By taking a closer look at the images, the headlamp cluster has also been revised as the indicator lamps nearer to the grille. Moreover, the rear overhang seems to have increased slightly at the rear. Also, the tail lights are identical to the current Ertiga. On the whole, the test mule basically looks lengthened version of Ertiga. See More: Maruti Suzuki S-Cross 2017 drive review: Re-inventing itself to reach new highs
The upcoming Ertiga will continue to offer a choice of petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol engine is expected to remain the same 1.4-litre, 4-cylinder unit, whereas the 1.3-litre diesel with SHVS mild-hybrid technology could be replaced by an internally developed 1.5-litre diesel engine. The transmission on offer, on the other hand, might include the options of a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT.