The cabin of the Alto K10is simple, while still portraying a sense of practicality and precision in the equipment list. The steering wheel is slim, grips well and looks good with the Suzuki badge and smiley face-shaped silver embellishment. Though the steering cannot be adjusted at all, an inconvenience for tall people but its placement is pretty good for an average-sized and heighted driver. The instrument cluster is a no nonsense analog display that displays the speed at the centre and rpm on the left. All this is set in a black and orange background with small indicators on the right and a puny digital display to show the odometer and trip readings.
The dashboard layout gets many cuts and creases to avoid the boxy design and looks sleek especially due to the piano black coloured integrated music system with glossy finish. The 2-DIN unit gets a CD player with support for AUX and USB, but misses out on the bluetooth function. The aircon unit is still a stock MSIL unit like on some of the other entry-level cars from Maruti Suzuki, but is revised slightly to push up the premium factor. The vents at the centre are in plain black, while the circular vents on the sides get silver accents. The AC controls are still analog, but the quality of the knobs doesn't feel plasticky/inexpensive. There is a small slot below this area, where a wallet and mobile phone can easily be accommodated.
The seat fabric colour is in line with the beige and black upholstery and the front seats are well carved out for a passenger to be comfortable in. In fact, these seats are scooped out at the back to add to some leg room for the rear passengers. The rear bench type seat is only good for two adults and a kid, with limited leg room. Like the front windows, the rear windows are not electronically operated and none of the doors get bottle holders. The only cup-holder is in the centre console between the front two seats.