Barely any time between the company’s first teaser image of its new Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and now, a very revealing video of the coming model was loaded on its official Youtube page. Bar any previous spyshots, this has to be the best look at the new B-segment SUV we’ve had yet.

Set to debut at the 2016 Auto Expo in India, the Maruti Suzuki SUV was only recently teased via a design sketch. Earlier today, the company revealed just one tightly-cropped image of the coming Indian-market vehicle, but this new video has a lot more to show us.

With this, the front end of the Brezza has fully been uncovered now, featuring a prominent chrome grille running across the central Suzuki “S” badge. Projector lamps are also clearly visible, underlined by LED daytime running lights.

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The full face of the Brezza doesn’t come into view here, but it does appear to have a very muscular front bumper with integrated fog lamps. Several other details make brief appearances in the 16-second clip, such as the five, dual-spoke alloy wheels and wing mirrors with turn indicators.

There’s also a view of the car’s side profile, but only as it is covered by a cloth. The short promotional clip doesn’t reveal much else, but concludes by affirming the model’s imminent Indian debut.

Inside, several reports suggest that the compact SUV will feature a cabin similar to the current Maruti Suzuki Swift. It has also been tipped to feature key items such as dual airbags, ABS, and EBD, as well as a few other highlights. A touchscreen infotainment system, keyless entry with a push-start button and a multi-function steering have been named before.

Local reports from India claim that the Brezza will offer several powertrain options, too. These include a 1.2 litre K-Series petrol engine and a Fiat-sourced DDiS 1.3 litre diesel mill. Transmission options may range from a five-speed manual to a CVT auto box.

Prior to this, we’ve reported that the Vitara Brezza has been independently designed and developed by Maruti’s very own research and development team. However, the model’s name is derived from the Italian word for “breeze.” And, while the model features the Vitara nameplate, it is clearly a very different being from its larger SUV cousin.

The sub-four-metre SUV will contend against the likes of the Ford EcoSport and Mahindra TUV 300 for India’s affection. It is also said that it will be revealed alongside the Maruti Ignis and Baleno RS Concept at the coming Indian auto show.