Sleek Maruti Suzuki Brezza CBG India Launch 2024 – Expected to launch in months Showcased at Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024

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Maruti Suzuki Brezza CBG India Launch 2024:

Presenting a number of products at the 2024 Bharat Mobility Expo in Delhi is Maruti Suzuki. The CBG version of its well-liked sub-four-meter SUV, the Brezza, is among the vehicles, along with the eVX, Flex-Fuel Wagon R, and other models.

The same 1.5-liter, four-cylinder, K15C petrol engine that powers the Maruti Brezza produces 137Nm and 102bhp while running on compressed biomethane gas, or CBG. This output is only 87 horsepower and 121 Nm of torque when it is in CNG or CBG form. There’s only one transmission available: a five-speed manual. LXi, VXi, and ZXi are examples of variant options.

With the exception of a few CBG-specific stickers here and there, the Brezza CBG maintains the conventional version’s external design and functionality. The car’s fuel capacity is 48 liters for gasoline and 55 liters (water equivalent) for CNG/CBG. It is equipped with 16-inch alloy wheels. The launch and manufacturing schedule have not been disclosed by Maruti, but we anticipate them to happen in the upcoming months.

Maruti Suzuki Brezza CBG India Launch 2024
Maruti Suzuki Brezza CBG India Launch 2024

The Bio-CNG, short for Compressed Biomethane Gas, stands as a renewable and eco-friendly fuel sourced from the anaerobic digestion or upgrading of biogas derived from organic materials. The generation of biogas commonly involves the decomposition of organic matter, including agricultural waste, food waste, sewage, and other organic feedstocks.

Through this process, compressed biomethane gas, or bio-CNG, emerges as a sustainable alternative fuel with positive environmental implications. The utilisation of compressed biomethane in vehicles offers a significant advantage in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. When derived from organic waste, biomethane is deemed a carbon-neutral fuel.

This is because the carbon released during combustion is part of the natural carbon cycle; it originates from organic sources and does not contribute to a net increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide. Compressed biomethane serves as a viable fuel for vehicles specifically designed to operate on compressed natural gas (CNG). Typically, these vehicles undergo modifications or are purpose-built to incorporate CNG storage tanks and are equipped with engines optimized for the combustion of natural gas.

This adaptation allows for the efficient and eco-friendly use of compressed biomethane as an alternative fuel in transportation. It will be interesting to see the steps taken by Maruti Suzuki to implement this fuel as an alternative to gasoline and appeal to customers.

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