Suzuki has uncovered the Suzuki S-Cross concept at the Paris Motor Show. The concept provides a glimpse at a future crossover from the company, which will be the first in a series of product launch in Europe starting next year.
Contrary to recent media speculations, the S-Cross concept doesn’t preview the next-generation Suzuki SX4, it will in fact be an all new model that will bridge the gap between the SX4 and Grand Vitara and compete against the Kia Sportage and Nissan Dualis in Europe.
The handsome looking concept measures 4.31 metre long, 1.84 metres wide and 1.6 metres tall, about the same height as the SX4, but a little longer and wider. Its 2.6 metres wheelbase is also 100mm longer than the SX4’s. The S-Cross will be offered in two- and four-wheel drive.
Designed for the concrete jungle, it will offer “gentle, fuel-saving driving” and “maximise the enjoyment of day-to-day tasks such as commuting or carrying children”. Suzuki is also aiming for the lowest CO2 emission and class leading luggage space.
The S-Cross concept features full LED head and fog lights, and roof rails that sit flush with the roofline when not in use. It also sports what looks like a new Suzuki corporate grille design for future models.