Maruti Suzuki launched a Alto inspired by MS Dhoni
Maruti Suzuki on Saturday announced a special edition of its car Alto in the name of India limited over skipper MS Dhoni coinciding with the upcoming multilingual biopic on the cricketer star. Dhoni along with Maruti Suzuki executive director RS Kalsi unveiled the special editions of Alto800 and Altok10 at an event in Hyderabad on Saturday.
Alto’s association with MS Dhoni – The Untold Story is based on the cricketer’s massive popularity in India which will help the company to earn the credibility.
“M S Dhoni with his determination, successful leadership, and hard work has achieved iconic stature. Maruti Suzuki Alto to is India’s most loved car and an icon amongst automobiles. Alto appeals to customers for its design, performance, high fuel efficiency and affordable cost. Alto and M S Dhoni share great synergy for their unique qualities. This association will help to connect Alto even stronger with the customers,”said Kalsi.
The special edition Alto has Dhoni inspired seat covers with number 7, Dhoni signature decal and body graphics, high-end music system, reverse parking sensors among other features, the company said.
The edition is available in Alto (Lxi), Alto K10 (Lxi, Vxi) variants. It is offered with a choice of two colourful interior combinations-Balck plus silver and Red Plus blue. The cars with these additional features are offered at an additional price of Rs 16,777 and Rs 12, 777 depending on the variants.
These cars will be made available at dealership points from the first week of October 2016 according to the statement.
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