The Suzuki S-Presso is built on the fifth generation modular Heartect platform: Swift, Ignis and Baleno, designed for the Indian market, have similar architecture. To save the chassis, they made it as easy as possible: the all-terrain vehicle has a semi-independent suspension and drum brakes. Inexpressible: petrol, tricylindrical 68-horsepower (90 Nm torque) volume of 1.0 liter. The electric unit is combined with a five-speed "mechanics" or robotic gearbox with 5 single-clutch options.
In the basic configuration there is only a brake system, a driver's airbag and a parking sensor: this S-Presso is housed in 13-inch wheels with a 145/80 R13 dimension. As the price goes up, the power steering, second airbag, air conditioning, keyless entry, multi-wheel drive, 14-inch wheels and the seven-inch multimedia display system appear in the list of options for the mini SUV. In total, nine trim levels are planned.