Maruti Suzuki Unleashes the Invicto MPV: The Ultimate Game-Changer in the Indian Market!

The Invicto MPV, Maruti Suzuki’s latest flagship product, is priced at Rs 24.79 lakh (introductory, ex-showroom, India) for the base Zeta+ trim. It will be available in two trim levels, Zeta+ and Alpha+, as well as two seating combinations.

Variant Price (in Lac.)
Invicto Zeta+ 7 SeatRs 24.79
Invicto Zeta + 8 SeatRs 24.84
Alpha + 7 Seat Rs 28.42

The Invicto, which is based on the Toyota Innova Hycross, will be constructed alongside the Hycross at Toyota’s Bidadi plant, just as the Grand Vitara and Hyryder. The Invicto is Maruti Suzuki’s ninth product in the Nexa franchise.

Exterior Features

Because the Invicto is related to the Hycross, the majority of the design language is shared. The Invicto, on the other hand, has a somewhat different grille with the same basic form but a different mesh and two thick, horizontal chrome slats that extend into the headlights. In addition, the headlights include Nexa’s distinctive three-block daytime running lamps. Maruti Suzuki’s new MPV also features a unique front bumper and false skid plates.

In profile, the only difference between the Invicto and the Hycross is the design of the 17-inch alloy wheels. The Invicto’s taillights incorporate Nexa’s three-block design as well. Apart from that, and the Maruti Suzuki, Invicto, and hybrid emblems, the two MPVs resemble each other.

The Invicto has the same proportions as the Innova Hycross. It has a length of 4,755mm, a width of 1,850mm, a height of 1,795mm, and a wheelbase of 2,850mm.

Interior features

The similarities between the two MPVs continue inside. While the interiors of the Innova Hycross are black and brown with silver accents, the interiors of the Invicto are completely black with Champagne Gold highlights. The rest of the interior is identical to that of the Toyota and will be available in seven- and eight-seat configurations. The Invicto has a 239-litre boot that can be enlarged to 690-litres with the third row folded down.

The Invicto has a 10.1-inch touchscreen with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. A 360-degree camera, a panoramic sunroof with roof ambient lighting, a motorised driver’s seat, a motorised tail gate, dual-zone climate control, ventilated front seats and cupholders, a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, and more than 50 Suzuki Connect functions round out the list of standard amenities. Six airbags are standard, as are ABS, an electronic parking brake, stability control, and hill start assist.


The Invicto is powered by a robust hybrid powertrain that includes a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine linked to an electric motor. It produces 184hp when combined and is linked to an e-CVT. The Invicto is thus Maruti Suzuki’s first hybrid and automatic-only model. Because it is a strong hybrid, the Invicto also has an electric-only mode. It has a reported 0-100kph time of 9.5 seconds and a claimed fuel efficiency of 23.24kpl.

It is based on the Toyota Innova Hycross and is supported by a monocoque chassis built on Toyota’s TNGA-C ‘High’ platform. It has a transversely placed engine that drives the front wheels.

The Invicto will only compete with the Toyota Innova Hycross. It would have competed with the Kia Carnival as well, however it was recently discontinued since it did not meet the new, demanding BS6 Phase 2 standards. The Invicto competes with similarly priced three-row SUVs such as the Mahindra XUV700 and Scorpio N, the Hyundai Alcazar, the MG Hector Plus, and the Tata Safari.

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