After showing us the S-Cross Concept at last fall's Paris Motor Show, Suzuki will now host the world premiere of the final production version of its new C-segment crossover at the Geneva International Motor Show, which will be held from March 5 to 17.
The Japanese carmaker is keeping many details to itself, including the name and the powertrain options, but it did confirm that the crossover will be available with an all-wheel drive option. We also expect Suzuki to offer both petrol and diesel engines, the latter likely sourced from Fiat as part of their partnership.
At least in concept guise, the compact model measured 4,310mm long, 1,840mm wide, and 1,600mm tall, making it 160mm longer, 85mm wider but also 20mm lower than the AWD version of the Suzuki SX4.
The production variant will be manufactured at Suzuki’s Hungarian plant, with sales to begin later this year.