Suzuki S-Cross crossover to be displayed in Geneva

JonathanFebruary 7, 2013

The Nissan Qashqai is set to get a new rival in the form of a production version of the Suzuki S-Cross crossover vehicle.

Motoring enthusiasts can get their first glimpse of the quirky new car when it is given its world premiere at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

However, Suzuki has hinted at the crossover’s debut by releasing a set of teaser images, which appear to show the vehicle hiding in the shadows.

Decorated in a lush lime green paintjob, the crossover looks to be designed with a smooth bodywork unit and installed with bespoke alloy wheels.

On top of this, the headlights of the production model of the Suzuki S-Cross appear to be styled in a complex arrangement, while its aggressive grille gives the vehicle’s exterior plenty of character.

Although there has not been much else revealed about Suzuki’s new crossover, MSN Cars suggests that the car will come complete with either a 1.6-litre petrol or 1.6-litre turbodiesel engine and use the latest generation of the Japanese manufacturer’s i-AWD four-wheel drive system.

Furthermore, Suzuki has teased that “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 Suzuki S-Cross crossover will be shown off at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show on March 5th.

In the meantime, drivers should take advantage of a great contract hire deal currently on offer for the S-Cross’s soon-to-be rival, the Nissan Qashqai 1.6 [117] Visia five-door Hatchback.

At just £162.99 a month, motorists can sample a vehicle that can hit 62mph from rest in a mere 11.9 seconds and deliver fuel economy in the form of 45.6mpg.

Nissan has also been sure to have the environment in mind when designing its Qashqai hatchback, with the vehicle’s CO2 emissions limited to a respectable 144g/km.


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