Suzuki teases new compact crossover for Geneva, based off of S-Cross concept
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Suzuki has been working quietly until recent as the small Japanese maker has just teased a new compact crossover, which will debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.

The concept’s name hasn’t been introduced as of yet, though it is described to be based on the S-Cross Concept from the Paris Motor Show in September of 2012. While the S-Cross appeared to certainly be more conceptual, this new concept looks to be a little more production ready.

Either way, we won’t know the full details until the press event in Geneva. Other than that, this concept is said to utilize advanced 4WD technology.

For the press release, check it out after the jump.


The series model of Suzuki’s all-new C-segment crossover will be making its world premiere at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show, which will be held from 5th to 17th March.

The C-segment crossover model is based on the concept car S-Cross initially introduced at the Paris Motor Show in September 2012.

With its clear crossover styling, its roomy interior and one of the largest luggage areas in the crossover segment, the new model will offer outstanding versatility.

The advanced 4WD technology, one of Suzuki’s specialist fields, ensures excellent handling and driving enjoyment.

Detailed information will be disclosed at the Suzuki press conference, scheduled for

1:30 pm, on 5th March 2013

at Stand 4251, in Hall 4

Other Suzuki models on display will be the Alto, Splash, Swift, SX4, Jimny and Grand Vitara.

On the public days also the Kizashi will be exhibited.

*The 2013 Geneva International Motor Show will be open to the press on 5th and 6th March and then to the public from 7th March to 17th March.

– By: Chris Chin

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