With several teaser images of its new crossover concept, Suzuki has recently promised that they will showcase the concept at the Paris Motor Show. The concept is known as the S-Cross and from the teaser images, we could see that the S-Cross looks rather fresh and with a modern outlook.
But enough of the teaser images because the concept has been unveiled and the S-Cross definitely looks great. Suzuki has infused its new styling language, which the company calls “Emotion x Quality x Aerodynamics”, into the S-Cross and it shows a fresh, new styling that was not available on its previous models.
Suzuki has previously confirmed that the S-Cross will go into production in the near future and it will be the first model from the automaker in an ambitious plan to tighten its grip in the European market. The S-Cross will also be Suzuki’s full scale entry into the market for C-segment crossovers.
Much of the lines on the S-Cross represent a sleek and dynamic attitude. This same styling direction extends deep from the front and all the way to the rear of the car. The front head lights suggest styling of an organic design, most probably from a flora inspiration.
Chrome-plated trimmings decorate much of the exterior part of the car. The front centre grille is decked with a dark chrome finish to give an extra classy look to the car. Positioned on the roof are innovatively designed roof rails which flush into the roof lines when they are not in use.
Crossovers are normally meant to be (or look) tough. For such effects, a front skid plate has been added. Boldly flared wheel arches and 20" wheels add towards the toughness touch. The body colour of the car was specially created and it is called Crystal Green Metallic. The company has mentioned that the paint finish creates a dynamic image in the minds of onlookers and the image evokes a “nature in the city” feeling.
The production version of the Suzuki S-Cross will be ready and marketed by 2013.
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