Differentiating the Stingray from the regular Wagon R are a tightly packed chrome grille, projector head lamps and the wide air dam.
Maruti has launched an upmarket looking WagonR, called the Stingray, in India at Rs 4.09 lakh, ex-Delhi. There is no relevance to Corvette Stingray or any other legendary car with that name plate.
The Stingray will be available in three variants - Lxi, Vxi and Vxi (O).
Stingray, which is powered by a 998 cc petrol engine, is available in three variants, with price ranging between Rs 4,10,000 to Rs 4,67,000.
Interiors-wise, there are a few changes. The top of the line Vx(O) gets a driver airbag and ABS. Power-folding mirrors and a new music system are also part of the package.
Along the side of the car, you get sporty skirts.
"With Stingray, we carry forward our focus to make our best sellers even more attractive," said MSI Managing Director and CEO Kenichi.
At the rear, you have a wide chrome bar mentioning the Stingray name and differently styled tail lamps.
The dials also have been worked upon and feature instant and average fuel efficiency as also distance to empty indicator with blue backlighting.
There are funky alloys on offer as well.