Suzuki Baleno RS Sports hatchback Enters New Market

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Feb 3 | By alexsamuel | 2 Profile Views | Comments: 0
Suzuki Baleno, which is being sold so successfully in India, has a “sported" option. It is he who is now expanding the geography of sales, preparing to conquer a new market for himself.

In February 2020, Indonesia starts accepting orders for the Suzuki Baleno RS. It is possible that over time the usual Suzuki Baleno will reach our country. The version with the RS prefix can be distinguished from this hatchback by a more impudent appearance. This Suzuki car relies on redesigned bumpers, a modified grille, comfortable door sills and black alloy wheels 16 inches. The Baleno RS is powered by a 102-liter Boosterjet three-cylinder turbo engine. Paired with him is a five-speed manual.

 The hatchback boasts stylish head optics, LED DRLs, metal pedals, front seats with pronounced lateral support, native multimedia and much more.

 Recall, Baleno leaves the assembly line of the Indian factory Maruti Suzuki. The standard hatchback is equipped with one of two available engines: a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated, producing 84 hp. or a 1.3-liter 75-horsepower turbodiesel. The cost of such a car starts at 673,611 rupees. For sports Baleno RS will have to pay a minimum of 888,913 rupees.


Karma Automotive will introduce an electric pickup truck and SUV

The approach of the brand’s engineers is to use the new all-wheel drive platform (we believe that it is completely electric), but there are no details about it yet.

 In the near future, California-based Karma may move from creating sports and luxury luxury cars (currently the company only offers the hybrid Revero GT / GTS, pictured below) to all-electric pickups and SUVs.

 According to an article by Bloomberg, a presentation of the concept version of the first Karma pickup is expected by the end of this year. A few months ago, the guys already hinted at the possibility of using their electric power units on larger types of cars - for example, pickups.

  The approach of the brand’s engineers is to use the new all-wheel drive platform (we believe that it is completely electric), but there are no details about it yet.

 Kevin Pavlov, Karma’s new COO, said: “We can bring an electric SUV and pickup to the market.” Another area of ​​parallel brand development is the process of creating all-electric models, which were announced by the Karma SC2 concept, which debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

 With the support of the large Chinese concern Wanxiang Group, which acquired Karma's assets in 2014, the latter probably has the necessary resources to significantly expand its lineup.

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