The series production model of Suzuki's new C-segment crossover, based on the S-Cross Concept, will make it global premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, that begins on the 5th of March and runs until the 17th of March.
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The production model wears a new design language and is styled using LED-infused headlamps and ORVM indicators, small quarter glass panels at the front and back, a rugged sump guard, an off-road package that gives it the ability to tackle snow and fog light enclosures with a tinge of chrome.
Suzuki has teased the car by releasing two photographs and one video clipping that don't show the complete car at any instance.
Suzuki's press release is very vague, it explains the crossover as having a "roomy interior" and "one of the largest luggage areas in its class."
The crossover styling is combined with "excellent handling and driving enjoyment" the press release further adds.
The S-Cross is rumored to not be a replacement to the SX4. It will sit slightly above the SX4, while the proposed Swift-based XA Alpha would be positioned under it when it arrives in the coming years. The C-Segment crossover would have to use Fiat's diesel engines, while the petrol engine could include the 1.4L K Series motor developed for the Ertiga.
We'll keep an eye out on enthusiast forums and international automobile blogs expecting premature leaks or insider info. Stick around to IndianAutosBlog.com!