Ertiga Altair special edition was viewed in shining dark red exterior paint with contrasting black headlights, giving the mini MPV an overall premium look. Its front fascia sported a revised bumper with LED daytime running lights while Altair also received a full body kit with new side skirts, bumper spoilers and roof mounted rear spoiler. Altair special edition was also viewed sitting on alloy wheels in a new design and plenty of chrome accents.
No engine specification have been revealed, so it can be assumed that Altair will continue with the same Ertiga engines in the form of a 1.3 liter, four cylinder turbo diesel engine and 1.4 liter, four cylinder petrol engine.
Maruti Suzuki Ritz Jublio was also on display in a brand new exterior color and contrasting roof and body decals. Its front end sported a set of headlights in a new design, encased on matte black enclosures while its tail end sported a set of smoked taillights, a revised rear bumper and gloss black finish on lamp holder. Interiors sported a two tone dashboard, touch screen interface and seats in a black and white combination. Engine details include a 1.2 liter petrol and 1.3 liter diesel.