Suzuki has revealed the production version of its new S-Cross crossover ahead of its official debut at the Geneva motor show.
The as-yet unnamed model, which Suzuki currently refers to as ‘all-new C-segment crossover’, looks to have stayed true to the S-Cross concept revealed at last year’s Paris motor show, judging by the initial darkened images that have been released.
Official details on the new model remain scarce, with Suzuki revealing only that the new model will have optional all-wheel drive in addition to standard front-wheel drive.
The new model is based on a new platform, and will be manufactured at Suzuki’s Hungarian plant. Petrol and diesel power will be offered, with the diesel engines coming from Fiat as part of Suzuki’s relationship with the Italian firm.
The S-Cross concept is 4310mm long, 1840mm wide and 1600m high, which is roughly the same size as the Renault Duster. Full details of the new model will be revealed at the Geneva motor show in March.