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Suzuki looks set to reveal a new top-spec variant of its seven-seater Ertiga MPV in Indonesia, known as the Ertiga Dreza. The compact people-mover most notably wears a new front fascia, entirely different from the facelifted Ertiga we saw at IIMS 2015 earlier this year.

Several leaked slides were uncovered by Indonesian publication Autonetmagz, and it completely details the coming Ertiga Dreza for us ahead of its official debut. Two variants of the Dreza will be available, being the regular Dreza, and a Dreza GS – the latter simply offering an additional Pearl Twilight Violet exterior body colour, it seems.

The front end of the upcoming MPV variant features a new grille, bumper, LED daytime running lights and lots of chrome garnishing, to name a few highlights. There’s a new spinning wheel design and an additional side sill guard too. The rear is fashioned with a fresh bumper, spoiler, a “Dreza” emblem and more chrome embellishments.

Inside, it looks like Suzuki is pulling out all the stops, and new kit includes a nine-inch central display touchscreen kitted out with an Android 4.1 operating system with iOS support. The interior itself offers a two-tone theme with a choice of dark brown or brown upholstery. There’s also additional wood panel trim on the dashboard and on the door cards.

Interestingly, the leaked details also reveal that the Ertiga Dreza is in fact longer than the regular Ertiga MPV. Where the previous facelifted vehicle was 4,265 mm long, the Dreza duo measure in at 4,325 mm. We reckon that the new bumpers, front and back, account for this 61 mm increase.

Performance wise, the Ertiga Dreza is expected to carry forward the regular MPV’s 1.4 litre K-Series petrol engine, pairing it with the same four-speed torque converter automatic transmission. The Ertiga Dreza is also said to offer two airbags as well as ABS with electronic brake force distribution.


GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga facelift at IIMS 2015