About a month ago, Suzuki showed the world a couple of images of its upcoming S-Cross crossover concept. One of the images was a sketch of the concept and the other, a computer rendered-image.
Now, Suzuki has teased us with another image of the vehicle and it is of the rear end of the vehicle. Suzuki did not give us much clues on the concept’s design cues but it is rumoured that it is influenced by the look of its Kizashi sedan.
In recent weeks, Suzuki was seen testing a prototype in Spain. From the looks of the car, it is certain that the prototype could be the next generation SX-4 which is rumoured to hit the showrooms by 2014. The prototype was heavily disguised but we can see the Suzuki logo situated on the car’s front grille and the front snout is heavily influenced by the Suzuki Kizashi.
Previous reports indicate that the car will be a hatchback but judging from the heavily disguised test prototype, it is pretty safe to indicate that the car looks more like a compact crossover unit. The test prototype shown here is a five door variant and it is likely expected that a sedan and a three door version will be offered as well.
Just like the SX-4, the S-Cross will be fully manufactured in Japan and it is most likely that it will be offered in various engine configurations.
Photo credit: Motor Authority
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