Suzuki Celerio Special Edition Revealed at 2024 BIMS

Suzuki Celerio Special Edition Revealed at 2024 BIMS

Customized Suzuki models showcased at the Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS) 2024 are drawing significant attention. Among them is a special edition of the Celerio hatchback, based on the 2nd-generation model available in Thailand, while the 3rd-generation version is currently sold in India.

Suzuki Celerio Special Edition – Key Features

The 2nd-generation Celerio presents a playful and elegant design with its curvy body paneling and rounded edges. This special edition stands out with its custom dual-tone color scheme of blue and white. The lower section is painted blue, while the bonnet, pillars, roof, ORVMs, and tailgate are finished in white. 

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Suzuki Celerio Special Edition Rear 3-Quarter View

The front and rear bumpers, side skirting, and wheel covers also feature a white shade creating a striking contrast with the tires. Adding a unique touch, the door handles and boot handles are adorned in a light-yellow shade. A prominent feature is the large luggage rack on the roof, reminiscent of the dual-tone taxis in Thailand. 

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Suzuki Celerio Special Edition Side Profile

The sides of this special edition Celerio are decorated with 'Indy 2017' and 'Suzuki Indy Make A Difference' stickers, possibly indicating a connection to the Suzuki Indy showroom in Bangkok. Despite its distinctive exterior, the vehicle retains the standard hardware of the 2nd-gen model without any changes to the grille or lighting setup.

Interior Features

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Suzuki Celerio Special Edition Interior

The interior color scheme mirrors the exterior with white and blue seats accented by black piping. Blue accents are also applied to the AC vents, center console, and gearbox. The majority of the features remain consistent with the standard Celerio model sold in Thailand, with the notable addition of a larger touchscreen infotainment system compared to the standard 7-inch screen. A tilt-adjustable steering wheel, a hybrid instrument cluster, and seat slide and recline functionality are further features.


In Thailand, the 2nd-gen Celerio is powered by a 998cc K10B petrol engine, delivering 68 PS and 90 Nm. In contrast, the 3rd-gen Maruti Celerio in India uses a K10C 998cc engine, producing 66.62 PS and 89 Nm, with transmission options including a 5-speed manual and Auto Gear Shift. The Celerio in India also offers a CNG variant, which reduces the output to 56.70 PS and 82.1 Nm when running on CNG. The fuel efficiency is rated at 26.68 km/L for manual variants and 26 km/L for AGS, with the CNG Celerio achieving the best mileage of 34.43 km/kg