The car may feature new paint options but will remain mechanically unchanged.

The updated Vitara Brezza will launch soon, and the car will most likely get certain safety features on all
trims. There will be new colour options to choose from as well - safety features like ABS and dual airbags
will now be standard across the range. The company will most probably discontinue the LDI (O) and VDI
(O) variants.
The top-spec trims will get new exterior paint combinations and black alloy wheels. You may also be
able to get a new dark orange shade, which may replace the blue colour option. The car’s tried-and-
tested 90hp, 1.3-litre diesel engine, mated to a five-speed manual will continue.
The Vitara Brezza, however, does not come with an automatic gearbox or a petrol engine option.

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