What's more, we’ve also got our hands on some more spy pictures of the Maruti WagonR Stingray, including interior shots.
From the pictures, it looks like the Stingray’s interiors are more or less the same as the current WagonR’s, except for the addition of steering-mounted audio controls and an all-black . The exterior gets a host of changes though, as seen by the slim headlamps that house projector-beam units, a flat front bonnet, a slimmer chrome grille, an all-new bumper with a bigger air dam and slightly restyled fog-lamp housings.
At the rear, there are new, slimmer tail-lamps with clear lens units, a new, prominent chrome strip over the license plate with bold WagonR Stingray badging and a rear spoiler.
In terms of mechanicals, it is expected to carry the same three-cylinder 67bhp 1.0-litre K10 series motor in the current WagonR.
The new Maruti WagonR Stingray will sit above the current WagonR. There's no word on pricing just yet, but expect it to be priced around Rs 40,000-50,000 more than the current model.